Sheff G inside the Brooklyn Supreme Court building. Photo: New York Daily News via Getty Images Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow, two prominent drill rappers, were among the 32 named as alleged members of Brooklyn-based gangs in a 140-count indictment brought down on May 16 alleging shootings, gun possession, stealing cars to use for criminal activity, and conspiracy to commit murder. Kings County District Attorney Eric Gonzalez claims that Sheff G, 24, whose real name is Michael Williams, used the money earned from his songs to "help facilitate further gang activity" and encourage alleged gang members with celebratory dinners, jewelry, and video appearances, per the New York Times . Sleepy Hallow, 23, whose real name is Tegan Chambers, also faces conspiracy charges. Both rappers are both close friends and known as pioneers of the New York drill scene — Sheff G earned acclaim for his tracks "No Suburban" and "Weight on Me," while Sleepy Hallow is known for his songs "2055" and "Deep End." The former is signed to RCA Records and a founder of the Winners Circle label, which represents Sleepy Hallow. The indictment comes at an unfortunate time for both rappers, especially Sheff G, who is currently serving a… Read full this story
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