Chi-Ali Released From Prison After 12 Years

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Chi-Ali Released From Prison After 12 Years

It looks like the youngest member of the Native Tongues movement is back on the streets after 12 years in prison.

It's been over a decade since Chi-Ali was sent to prison on charges of second-degree murder. Now, according to a recent report from HipHopWired, however, it appears as if the Bronx-born emcee has been finally released from prison.

Chi-Ali was reportedly released from prison this past August after serving a 12-year bid for second degree murder. The youngest member of the Native Tongues crew was convicted of shooting his then-girlfriend's brother Sean Raymond in 2000, and was apprehended in 2001 after a year on the run.

News broke of Ali's release after the "Age Ain't Nothin' But A #" rhymer appeared in a photo with Fat Joe and Lil Wayne from the set of Joe's upcoming "Yellow Tape" music video. The photo can be seen below.

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