Jasmere “Swaggy Jazzy” Corbett, Casanova’s wife, has posted a new message on social media in response to his imprisonment. It was announced earlier today that he had been given a 15-year sentence by U.S. District Judge Philip M. Halpern for accusations involving racketeering, drug trafficking, violence, and more. In a letter to the judge, he pleaded guilty to some accusations from the previous year. In the midst of the news, Corbett has proven her unwavering devotion to the artist.
Corbett shared a photo of herself alongside her husband, writing, “I love you baby [heart emoji] We gon walk that sh*t down!” She continued, “Now that he’s sentenced let me address this. I said they saying you got a buck 50 baby. He video called me and said they must be talking bout that buck 50 you put on my commissary.” Corbett added, “That boy look good [heart-eyed emoji] Y’all tried it with the buck/ 50 He got a lil 2 dollars.”
Casanova Gets Over 15 Years
Rapper Casanova visits at SiriusXM Studios on May 31, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)
U.S. Attorney Damian Williams stated in a press release that “Caswell Senior is not just a notorious recording artist, but he is also a high-profile leader of a vicious street gang and a magnet for gang violence.” He continued, “At a crowded Miami house party, Senior personally fired a gun that seriously injured and could have killed a victim, inciting a shootout.” “Senior’s stature in the community was central to Gorilla Stone’s successful recruitment and nationwide expansion,” Williams explained, “Today’s sentencing — along with the other significant sentences that have been imposed in this case — shows once again that gang life is not worth it and will lead to many years in prison.”
In his letter to the judge, Casanova renounced his ties to the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation gang. This reportedly led to a bloody prison altercation between him and another inmate at Essex County Correction Facility in Newark earlier this month. His lawyer has previously stated that him cutting ties with the gang, “has and will continue to pose a threat to his life which will make his future incarceration far more onerous than contemplated by our judicial system.”