Now we can say that art imitates life when a Virginia rapper charged with murder after talking about it in his song.  I don't know why but I feel this is an episode from Boondocks.

Antwain 'Twain Gotti' Stewart released a song 'Ride Out' in 2009 that gave details of a homicide that closely resembled a cold case.  Twain Gotti posted the song on Myspace and YouTube but have since been taking down. The misled emcee rapped,

Listen, walk to your boy and I approached him, 12 midnight on his traphouse porch and everybody saw when I fuckin choked him. But nobody saw when I fuckin smoked him, roped him, sharpened up the shank then I poked him, 357 Smith & Wesson [unintelligible] scoped him, roped him, had me crackin up so I joked him, it is betweezy six feet ova, told ya fuck with my money I'll roast ya.

Twain Gotti was arrested earlier this month in connection to the gang related shooting of Christopher Horton, 16 years old, and Brian Dean, 20 years old. The homicide occurred on the porch of Horton's home in 2007.

Police documents find that Twain Gotti and the victims were in rival gangs and got into an altercation two days prior to the killing.  Detectives sat on the case for years and now feel they have the break they need.  Since his arrest, Twain Gotti has took to Twitter to reach out to his fans.

I really hope Twain Gotti is actually found guilty for his act of murder.  I find it less likely that he didn't commit the crime but can detail it in a song.  An extreme amount of joy comes from the fact that people came forward to help the police apprehend Antwain Stewart.  We need to kill the 'No Snitching' code of conduct.

Twain Gotti is the idiot of the day hands down.  Do you think we need to end the 'No Snitching' rule?  Leave your thoughts below in the comment section.

via WAVY