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Rapper uses courtroom for music video during his own case

Rapper uses courtroom for music video, now under house arrest

Despite currently facing charges for criminal gang activity, attempted murder and more, Rapper Lil Cray thought it was a good idea to shoot a new video in the courtroom he's currently being trialled in.

Obviously not the brightest idea, how did this even happen, you ask? Well, local judge Michael Ryan is the one who allowed Lil Cray to use a courtroom at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Justice Center in Cleveland to shoot part of his video.

“Last time I checked the Constitution, everyone is innocent until proven guilty,” Judge Ryan told Fox 8 Cleveland. “I’m always about helping young people especially when I see that they have promise. They have talent.”

When asked if he’d allow Lil Cray to shoot another video in his courtroom, Judge Ryan says, “No. No. Probably not one of the better choices that I made. But I was trying to help.”

Cray is currently under house arrest.


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