Despite What the Rumors Say, Max B Won’t Be Released From Prison in 2018

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Max B is Not Coming Home in 2018
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Over the weekend, a rumor circulated that Harlem legend Max B, who is currently incarcerated, would be released from prison within the coming weeks.

This rumor came when Max’ friend Chyna posted recent pictures of the freshly swole-looking rapper:

READ: Max B Shares Photo from Prison and Hints at New Record Label Launch

This follows comments that friend and collaborator French Montana made earlier in the year; French said Max is supposed to come home in 2018.

On Monday, September 17th, Masar, Max’ friend responded to the rumors. He wrote a lengthy post on his Instagram updating fans on the status of Max’ release:


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All the enthusiasm upon Charly’s alleged release yesterday is truly appreciated. Although the Internet rumor is false and not founded on any reliable facts, It’s just a matter of time before it become a reality. Thanks to all his fans for the genuine love and support. As a reminder, on September 16, 2016 @maxb140’s sentence was drastically reduced. The verdict delivered by The Honorable James J. Guida was triumphal and everyday that passes by, Charly is getting closer to his release date. In the meantime, rest assured that we are doing absolutely everything in our power to accelerate even faster the process of his liberation. The wave will soon return. #freemaxb #freethewave #maxb

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In 2009 Max B was found guilty on conspiracy charges related to armed robbery, kidnapping, assault, and felony murder. He was sentenced to 75 years in prison. In 2016, that sentence was reduced to 20 years after he reached a plea deal.

He is now scheduled to be released in 2025.

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