Donald Trump's at the doling out pardons stage of his lame-duck presidency.
One of them just went to Weldon Angelos, who executive produced Snoop Dogg's 2002 We From the LBC Soundtrack.
Angelos got caught dealing weed and since there were also guns and alleged gang ties, he got offered a plea deal of 15 years. He didn't accept and ended up getting 55.
Now he's a free man.
Thank you, @realDonaldTrump for giving me a second chance at life. You’ll never regret it! We need more clemencies. Keep them coming, Mr. President! @jaredkushner @IvankaTrump @AliceMarieFree @tolmanbrett @SenMikeLee pic.twitter.com/fOBIjBRgOn— Weldon Angelos (@weldon_angelos) December 23, 2020
Snoop had spoken on Angelos's case in 2017.
“He had to provide means for his family and himself,” Snoop said “It wasn’t like it was a violent crime he was committing – he was just hustling.”
Now that Angelos is free, do you think Kodak Black is next?