Former Roc-A-Fella executive Kareem “Biggs” Burke pleaded guilty earlier today to drug charges stemming from an arrest in 2010.

According to Courthouse News Service (via HHW), Burke pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute more than 100 kilograms of marijuana. The 38-year-old faces at least five years in prison.

In addition to his impending prison sentence, Burke must surrender his $660,000 home in Bergen, New Jersey, $15,000 cash from his residence and his 2010 BMW. He will be sentenced on May 18th.

Burke was originally arrested with at least 50 others in late 2010 during a drug bust. At least 10 of the arrested patrons in the drug trafficking ring have pleaded guilty.

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