Chi-Ali Up For Parole In Early 2012

posted June 21, 2011 09:35:00 AM CDT | 12 comments

Chi-Ali Up For Parole In Early 2012

The Native Tongues member could be released from his 14-year sentence in February 2012.

Native Tongues member Chi-Ali is currently serving a 14-year bid for second-degree murder at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in New York. But the rapper may be released sooner than expected.

According to court records, the 35-year-old, whose real name is Chi-Ali Griffith, is up for parole on February 28, 2013 following a parole hearing in October 2012. The minimum sentence he can serve is 12 years with a maximum of 14 years, which falls on February 28, 2015.

Before entering prison in 2004, the Bronx, New York native released one album in 1992, The Fabulous Chi-Ali, which was recorded at the age of 14. In 2000, he murdered a man named Sean Raymond, whose sister he was dating at the time. He was later charged with his murder.

RELATED: Chi-Ali Comments On Album, Hip Hop From Prison

Share This

one moment...
Reply To This Comment

Got an account with one of these? Log in here, or just enter your info and leave a comment below.