Casanova recently shared an update on Twitter from prison, confessing that he is “terrified of how loneliness brings me a twisted kind of comfort.”
As previously reported by REVOLT, back in June, the United States attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams announced that the “So Brooklyn” rapper was given a sentence of 188 months, which is roughly 15 years, on racketeering and narcotics charges. “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,” Williams said. “At a crowded Miami house party, Senior personally fired a gun that seriously injured and could have killed a victim, inciting a shootout. Further, Senior’s stature in the community was central to Gorilla Stone’s successful recruitment and nationwide expansion. 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.”
I am terrified of how loneliness brings me a twisted kind of comfort.— CASANOVA (@CASANOVA_2X) August 19, 2023
Following the news, Casanova shared a positive message to his fans. “Everything to the chin, nothing to the heart. I GET IT NOW. I hope that don’t go over [your] heads,” the tweet read, which revealed the title of his upcoming album. “Some things cannot be taught. They must be experienced. You never learn the most valuable lessons in life until you go through your own journey,” he captioned the album’s official trailer on Instagram. See related posts below.
Everything to the chin, Nothing to the heart. I GET IT NOW.— CASANOVA (@CASANOVA_2X) June 28, 2023
I hope that don’t go over ya heads
The New York native’s longtime girlfriend, Swaggy Jazzy, also took to social media to share some positivity. “I love you baby… We gon’ walk that s**t down!” she said, before shutting down reports of an injury that Casanova allegedly received behind bars. “Now that he’s sentenced, let me address this. I said [to him], ‘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,’” Jazzy added.
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