MoCo Rapper, Simba, Has Been Sentenced To 24 Years In Prison

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Photo courtesy of Simba’s twitter account, @RGSimba

In April of 2017, Montgomery County Police arrested MoCo rapper, Shilo Young (known as Simba), along with three other men and charged them with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

The arrests were in connection with a shooting in Montgomery Village that killed Wassi Harron Raheem Young, 20, of Hyattsville. He was shot in the afternoon of Feb. 10 in the 8500 block of Hawk Run Terrace and died in the parking lot. Young is still awaiting trial for that case.

Yesterday, the 18 year old Young was sentenced to 24 years in prison for his role in a different crime. According to prosecutors, Young and another man, Timario Gregg, targeted students from Watkins Mill High School in Montgomery Village as they walked back to school from their lunch break. They robbed the students of their cell phones, shoes, and jackets at gun point. Gregg was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

The young rapper’s YouTube channel has received over 2 million views and he is followed by over 17,000 on Twitter.

A tweet from the rapper’s Twitter account (@RGSimba) that was tweeted after the sentencing appears to have a different message, stating: “Don’t believe the hype I be home soon #FreeSimba 🤘🏽🤘🏽”

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