Detroit Man Freestyle Raps His Defense In Court

When keeping it real goes wrong. A man in a Detroit court was accused of threatening to kill his girlfriend.  He defended himself with a song! Yeah you read that right, a freestyle song he made.

In a freestyle rap, he sang that people were trying to “put it on him”. He rapped a few verses and started to use profanity. That’s when the judge told the man “that’s good, show’s over.” I assume if he gets off, his album will be coming soon!

No word on when the man will be sentenced. There is only one place I can think freestyle rapping probably wouldn’t help, court! If anyone can get there hands on this video I’ll give you a dollar.

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