Chiraq rapper and Team600 member D. Rose has been given a new mugshot in state prison.
Rose, whose real name is Ahbir Sardin, is serving a 40-year sentence at Stateville Correctional Center for his role in the the murder of 14-year-old Venzel Richardson.
Rose, who faced a maximum of 45 years to life in prison, was found guilty of first-degree murder in September 2016.
Venzel was a freshman at Dunbar Vocational Career Academy in South Side Chicago at the time of his murder. He was shot multiple times upon leaving a corner store with friends on the night of Feb. 12, 2014. He was reportedly shot in the upper back, left lower buttock and outer hip. A fourth bullet went though Venzel’s neck and exited through his forehead, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Rose – who was arrested April 2014 – was accused of firing those fatal shots from a white minivan.
Chief Keef name-dropped Rose in “Love Sosa,” rapping, “Don’t make me call D. Rose boy/He six double-0 boy/And he keep that pole boy/You gon’ get f*cked over.”
D. Rose was also mentioned in one of Keef’s earliest works “John Madden” where Sosa raps, “600 boy, I ride those boys/ D. Rose boy, My lil bro boy.”
Rose can be seen making a cameo appearance in the track’s visual wearing a blue t-shirt and a white skullcap.
Rose is keeping his rhymes fresh in the pen. Rose recently spit a freestyle over the phone.
Rose raps, “My fans know, I be capping, putting on a damn show/I be rapping just to tell em what they don’t know.”