Petey Pablo Reported To Prison In January For Three-Year Sentence

Petey Pablo kept a low profile as he entered the pen last month.

Petey Pablo may have started his year off on a bad note, but he did so with little fanfare.

Pablo, who was arrested trying to smuggle a gun through an airport, began his three-year sentence on January 4 of this year by turning himself in to a medium security federal correction institution in West Virginia, reports TMZ.

The court recommended that the rapper receive "intensive substance abuse treatment, vocational training and educational opportunities" during his prison time.

Pablo's scheduled release date is July 17, 2014.

RELATED: Petey Pablo Sentenced To 35 Months In Prison For Firearm Charge


  • whiteboy

    have you guys notice that lil wayne and T.I had guns and they got a year in prsion Ja rule, proidgy sorry if i spelled his name wrong and pety get three years something is not right fucking Snitches ass bitches

  • fwhfgwgfjkvblwmandkqhdeiugfhbcmnwqlkhdfiqudgjhvcnmbqjdvh

    I can't believe this dumb ass really tried to get a fucking gun on an airplane. He deserves to get a life sentence at least.

  • Rzarector

    Damn this nikka ain't going to see any Keisha, Christina, Shaniqua, Sharronda, Kristal, Elondas any time soon.

  • Hypestyle

    Clown. When it comes to the likes of Petey Pablo, Chris Brown, Bobby Brown, R. Kelly, Michael Vick, T.I., the Game, Kwame Kilpatrick, the list goes on, why do well-compensated black men still seem to be prone to making recklessly ill-informed, self-destructive decisions? And then when the inevitable pushback and criticism comes, we have to circle the wagons and damn near beatify these people? Based on the comments of many of these men, before, during and after their respective crises, they are clearly obsessed with the concept of hordes of anonymous "player haters" having something against them on principle-- supposedly for being black men who are cocky, talented, and with money. Get over yourselves!! All these guys have the millions to pay high-powered lawyers to get them out of the trouble that ordinary black men with little or no affluence would not have access too. What infuriates me is that folks like Grant Hill or Hill Harper have managed to avoid any crazy scandals, and people look at them as "soft". People have NO IDEA who Dr. Neal Degrasse Tyson is. The Root has recently been including profiles of its Young Futurists of 2012. In this author's opinion, they will contribute more, pragmatically, to our culture than the celebrity "bad boys". Yes, some of the mainstream press coverage gets batty-- but hey-- on some core level, maybe they have a point. It speaks ill of the intellectual discernment and political capital of black folks when we start going to the wall defending literally every black celebrity who's been struck by megalomania. Look, I'm not stumping for Armstrong Williams' spot (or Stanley Crouch's, either). I see plenty of imbalance in contemporary American cultural narratives about African-American men. There are plenty of ongoing issues in which with the mainstream press and in pop-culture that deserve vigorous critique. But when it comes to the "ne'er-do-well distant cousins" of our community, I can defend their humanity, but I will not defend their pathology. At all.

  • Anonymous

    Keep ya head up boi


    2014, I refuse to think that far.

  • Alf Capone

    at Alf Gang we dont let dumb niggas like this in. nigga might get caught pawnin his Alf Gang chain for crack or some shit. nigga would be the type to rob a pharmacy and get found by the police in the back alley behind walgreens passed out from eatin all the pills he stole

  • Anonymous

    Its very good for him. He will learn that people that walk around with guns are dumb. Why does he need a gun?

  • RedX

    Sad to see him go in, but it might be the best place for him temporarily. The most important thing is the type people he surrounds himself with while being in, if he wants to make a change for the better.

  • Anonymous

    Petey Pablo is irrelevant, hasn't been relevant since like '04

  • Anonymous

    In a strange way probably the best place for him to be right now.

  • lilmarciTHEcd

    wassup. man too bad. i bet he wish he could have me in his cell. I'd dress up all sexi for him in my heels n dress and let him sck me off while i jak him. dam i can see it now we would have fun in a jail cell

  • Dude

    I bet he regrets his actions but then "you do the crime, you do the time homey"

  • Petey Pablo

    I hope he gonna be back soon!! p.s. Are you targeting Japanese market? I Officially did promotions for Ace Hood and DJ Infamous "We The Best" Japan Tour. I have more than 20,000 Japanese followers. If you are producer, artiste, DJ, dancer, or records/production company and need my promotions, contact me! The details are in the link in my profile!

  • Anonymous

    Do the crime do the time. We want miss you!

  • Mr Flamboyant

    Had to be on some shit to try and smuggling a gun through an airport being a country bumpkin ass nigga. Good job. Do your time the best you can, pimp. That's all I can say and wish well for you.

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