Lil Rodney, 12-year-old rapper sentenced to 7-years for shooting 1-year-old boy
A 12-year-old rapper, Lil Rodney has been sentenced to jail for killing a 1-year-old baby.
The 12-year-old juvenile removed his ankle monitor and shot a 1-year-old baby, has sentenced by a Texas judge.
Judge Kim sentenced the 12-year-old nicknamed Lil Rodney to 7 years in a juvenile detention centre.
A video of a Zoom detention hearing held back in September 2020 has now been released. The hearing held on the day the boy turned 12.
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“Now you’re 12-year-old,” Judge Kim said at the start of the hearing.
“So, well, happy birthday, I’m sorry you have to spend it here at the detention facility.”
The judge continued;
“You were here for… you’re on probation for arson and that is from 2019. And then, we got all kinds of promises. Most recently, I let you go. You keep cutting it [his ankle monitor] off, I’ve always let you go because you’re still young. I mean, you’re 11-years-old, right? So, I didn’t want to keep an 11-year–old in here.”
But the judge told him that every time they let him go, he keeps violating the conditions of his probation.
Lil Rodney begged the judge to have mercy on him one last time but the judge reminded him that was what he said the last time and the time before that.
Rodney’s mother, a single mom who gave birth to Rodney when she was 16, was interviewed after the hearing.
Rodney’s father abandoned his family, and Rodney’s mom chooses not to seek child support. She said she was sent away to prison twice when the boy was a toddler.
Rodney was raised by his maternal grandfather, who he lovingly refers to as “Pawpaw.”
Below is a video of the hearing.
12-Year-Old Fort Worth Rapper Sentenced to 7 Years Over Shooting 1-Year-Old
A 12-year-old aspiring rapper from Fort Worth, Texas is behind bars after shooting a one-year-old child.
Per the Dallas Observer, the juvenile has been looking to break into the rap game and performs under the stage names Lil Rodney, Baby Savage, and 30Shotz. He was sentenced to seven years in a juvenile detention facility in September for shooting a one-year-old child that survived the incident.
Typically, it would be customary to grant a young suspect some form of clemency. But during the virtual trial, Judge Alex Kim of the 323rd District Court in Fort Worth was not swayed by the 12-year-old's pleas or tears. Kim explained that the child has lied to the court on several occasions throughout his trial. He also violated the terms of his probation by cutting off his ankle monitor and committing other crimes like arson.
"Rodney, I’m really tired of you lying to me. Every time you come in here, you cry. You know that, right?" Kim said to the suspect per the Observer. "Every single time, you beg me for one more chance. You swear to God, ‘On my momma’s name, I’m not gonna cut off the monitor, I’m not gonna run off.’ Every single time."
The suspect also boasted about violating the terms of his probation via social media. In August, he allegedly posted a now-deleted picture on his Instagram of himself smoking weed which he captioned: "Fuck Judge Kim."
"You know, once you put something on the internet, it doesn’t come down," Kim said.
Rodney's mother was reportedly 16 when she had him. After his father abandoned the family and his mother was arrested multiple times while he was a toddler, Rodney's grandfather became his legal guardian.
The juvenile, who has gone by the stage names Lil Rodney, Baby Savage and 30Shotz, allegedly committed arson, shot a 1-year-old baby (who survived) and violated the terms of his probation by cutting off his ankle monitor. For these charges, Judge Alex Kim of the 323rd District Court in Fort Worth sentenced him to seven years in a juvenile detention facility, even as the defendant, in tears, pleaded for clemency.
“Rodney, I’m really tired of you lying to me. Every time you come in here, you cry. You know that, right?” Kim said sternly. “Every single time, you beg me for one more chance. You swear to God, ‘On my momma’s name, I’m not gonna cut off the monitor, I’m not gonna run off.’ Every single time.”
According to prosecutors, Rodney fled his probation on Aug. 14. In the weeks since, was caught smoking weed and a picture in which he posed with a firearm appeared online. He also shared a screenshot of a social media video with the caption, “Fuck Judge Kim.”
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“You know, once you put something on the internet, it doesn’t come down,” Kim said.
At the hearing’s conclusion, Kim beseeched Rodney to have more gratitude for his grandfather, who acted as his legal guardian during the court proceedings.
“Your papa is a wise man. You know that?” the judge said. “He is here every single time you have a detention hearing. Every single time. Because he loves you and cares about you. But you’re out there thinking that there’s something better than the home that he’s providing you.”
According to blogger Sandra Rose, Rodney’s mother was 16 when he was born, and the family was subsequently abandoned by his father. The mother said in an interview that she was incarcerated twice while he was a toddler. In an August interview with Beezy TV, Rodney alleged that his brother was also incarcerated (but he also lied about his age by claiming that he was 14).
The Zoom conference led by Kim achieved online virality after a blog called KollegeKiddreported on it and shared the video on Instagram.
You can watch the video of the Zoom conference below:
A Texas judge lost his patience with a juvenile Crips gang member who removed his ankle monitor and shot a 1-year-old baby. The judge sentenced the 12-year-old to 7 years in a juvenile detention center.
The boy broke down and cried during a Zoom detention hearing in September. But the judge told him to save his tears.
"Every time you come in here you cry. You know that, right?" Judge Kim told rapper Lil Rodneyy. "Every single time, you beg me for one more chance. You swear to God, 'On my mama's name,' 'I'm not gonna cut off the monitor, I'm not gonna run off,'" said judge Kim.
The boy, who also answers to "30 Shotz," admitted he cut off his ankle monitor to attend a friend's funeral. But he couldn't recall the friend's name. He told the judge he only knew the friend by his nickname.
The boy's grandfather, who helped raise him, also attended the Zoom hearing.
Judge Kim told the boy he would be detained in a juvenile detention center until he turned 19.
Rodneyy's mother was interviewed after the hearing. She is a single mom who gave birth to Rodneyy when she was 16.
The boy's father abandoned his family, and Rodneyy's mom chooses not to seek child support. She said she was sent away to prison twice when the boy was a toddler. Rodneyy was raised by her father, who lovingly refers to his grandfather as "Paw paw."
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