Ralo has been awaiting his fate in a drug trafficking case for quite some time. Lil Baby and others from the rap world have shown him support while he is behind bars. It appears that Ralo may have to get used to those accommodations.

Court documents obtained by AllHipHop show that Ralo’s lawyers have filed a sentencing memorandum after a plea agreement was reached. In exchange for admitting guilt, the legal team is asking for a 9-year prison sentence. Ralo has already served four years.

The documents state that once Ralo is finished with the sentence, he plans to be a positive force and help to educate the next generation on how to avoid the same mistakes he made. Ralo has been reflecting on his actions during his four-year lockup. The attorneys also noted that he has been living in deplorable conditions at two separate facilities.

“For the past four (4) years Mr. Davis has been incarcerated in deplorable conditions at the Robert A. Deyton Detention Center, the Floyd County Jail, the Clay County Detention Center and the United States Penitentiary in Atlanta, all during COVID-19. He has spent much of this time reflecting on how he will rise above his trauma and crime laden past by engaging in only lawful activities in the future.


Counsel has spent uncountable hours discussing with Mr. Davis the need for him to use his platform to break the cycle of crime, violence, hopelessness, anger and illiteracy so the next generation has better opportunities. Undersigned counsel is convinced that Mr. Davis, once released from custody, will be a positive force for lawfulness and will lead the next generation to be focused on education and creating a non-violent, peaceful society.”

Prosecutors agreed with the 9-year recommendation. Now, it will be up to the judge to decide if the deal is fair. It might be a long time, but Ralo is finally closer to knowing how much time he will be serving.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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