In Hip Hop History Today: C Murder Arrested For A Nightclub Shooting Jan 19, 2002

cmurder-horizontal-cropjpg-77be374eafb600e4 Rapper C-Murder, younger brother of No Limits Records founder Master P and uncle to rapper Romeo, was arrested in Louisiana in connection with a nightclub shooting that resulted in the death of a young fan. C-Murder was accused of shooting 16-year-old Steve Thomas on Jan. 12, 2002 at Harvey, Louisiana’s Platinum Club. Thomas later died from his gunshot wound. C-Murder, whose real name is Corey Miller, was one of Master P’s first signees on No Limit Records in the late ’90s. His 1998 debut album, Life or Death, climbed to Number 3 on the Billboard 200. Murder often collaborated with Snoop Dogg and Magic and lent his talents to hit singles such as 2000′s “Down 4 My Ni***z” and 2001′s “What U Gonna Do.” Murder is currently serving a life sentence in prison for Thomas’s murder. Watch sentencing footage below.

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