Lil Durk and 600Breezy React To RondoNumbaNine and Cdai’s Murder Sentences

On Tuesday, July 5, RondoNumbaNine, born Clint Massey, learned his fate in a courtroom after a judge handed him a 39-year sentence for his role in the Feb. 22, 2014 murder cab driver Javan Boyd.

Cdai, born Courtney Ealy, was sentenced to 38 years in prison on Monday, May 9 for the same crime.

Lil Durk and 600Breezy took to social media to react to their sentences.

Durk wrote, “Free rondo numba f*****g 9.”

Breezo posted a photo of Rondo and Cdai onto IG, writing, “Damn. My lil brothers……. It’s our fault. It’s all our fault…anybody that suppose to been y’all big brothers. We was suppose to show y’all different. We was never ever suppose to let this happen. 38 and 39 years? Smh. This street sh*t take you out one way or another. Get out while you can if you can….Free and Rip the guys 6004life.”

Prosecutors allege Cdai and Rondo were part of a three-car entourage riding through enemy territory looking for revenge due to an earlier altercation with an unnamed party, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Rondo and Cdai allegedly sighted Boyd sitting in his vehicle and pulled their vehicle alongside his.

The two allegedly went to Boyd’s passenger door and asked if he was from the neighborhood. When Boyd replied he was from the neighborhood, Rondo and Cdai opened the passenger door and opened fire, according to the Tribune.

Boyd was reportedly shot seven times in all, including, twice in the back and three times in the leg, according to the Sun Times.

Rondo and Cdai allegedly rushed back to their vehicle and all three vehicles fled the scene.
Cdai is reported to have dropped his cellphone at the scene before he and Rondo returned to their car and the group drove away, prosecutors told DNAinfo. Chicago Housing Authority surveillance cameras reportedly caught the shooting on video. Police also recovered Cdai’s fingerprint on the window of the car.

Cdai and Rondo have been in jail for over two years awaiting trial. The two rappers’ trial has consistently been delayed because the prosecution had a hard time gathering their witnesses.

Prosecutors say this is often an issue in cases that involved “gang slayings.”

In March, 600Breezy took to Twitter to reveal the two talented emcees were facing a 45 year-to-life sentence.

“45 to life tho,” he wrote.

On IG, Breezo wrote, “I don’t even kno what to say bro….. I love y’all for life. Real 600’s real n***a for life.”

On Twitter, he added, “9 couldn’t even look me in my face cdai just dropped his head and walked out I’m sick to my stomach.”

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