A federal judge in the government’s case against famous New York rapper Casanova denied him bond on Thursday. Impressed by the evidence against the “In My Hood” rapper and his extensive criminal history, Judge Philip Halpern decided Casanova was a “danger to the community.”

The New York Daily Mail quotes the judge as saying…

“The fact that violence seems to be perpetuated by associates of Mr. Senior … it’s plausible to interpret that as evidence … Mr. Senior doesn’t have to get his hands dirty,”

Casanova, real name Caswell Senior, is reportedly a high ranking member of Brooklyn New York’s Gorilla Stone Nation, evidently a blood gang. He stands accused of racketeering, conspiracy, illegal firearms, and trafficking huge amounts of cocaine, crack cocaine, and weed all throughout the five boroughs of New York.

What’s worse, authorities say Casanova enforces his reign with violence. Assistant U.S. Attorney David Felton said, “(Casanova) is a full fledged, committed leader of the gang,” In fact, one of the last things the rapper wanted his fans to know as he turned himself in a few months ago was… “I’m a whole gangsta.”

Casanova’s staring down the barrel of a 15-year sentence at minimim. However if convicted of all charges, your favorite rapper could spend the rest of his life in jail. We’ll bring you more details as soon as they become available. Until the next time it drips…

%d bloggers like this: