Rapper C-Murder Writes Letter About Appeal From Angola Prison, ‘Life Is Short’
Former No Limit recording artist Corey ‘C-Murder’ Miller aka C. Miller has reached out to his fans from Angola State Prison in Louisiana, according to reports.
Since being sentenced to a mandatory life sentence in August of 2009, C-Murder makes the best of his time behind bars. Miller was convicted and sentenced to life in prison after a retrial in August despite a member of the jury admitting to being pressured in to convicting Miller.
Miller has reached out to his fans in his latest attempt to let them know of his status.
C-Murder told AllHipHop in a handwritten letter that he’s holding up pretty good at Angola and that he also works out regularly and participates in all sports leagues. “Of course I hate it, but hey, you gotta do what you gotta do,” wrote C-Murder. “Life is short and the time you waste in jail can never be replaced,” he added.
Miller’s responsibilities as an inmate at Angola is to report for kitchen duty at 5:30 each morning.
C-Murder is currently appealing his case in the hopes of giving some of that time back to the courts.
Miller was originally convicted in 2003 for the shooting death of 16 year old Steve Thomas in a Jefferson Parish nightclub, as reported on HipHopRX.com. Miller caught a break and was released until his trial date in August 2009 where he was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.