Yo Gotti's VP Has To Do Hard Time For Shooting Up Young Dolph's Van
(AllHipHop News) Yo Gotti has just lost one if his key men. Howard “Keon” Wright, who works as Yo Gotti’s road manager and label vice president, has pleaded guilty to charges connected to a Charlotte, North Carolina shooting in 2016.
Wright, the vice president of Collective Music Group, will now serve 10 to 14 years in prison, according to Bossip. He took a plea deal rather than go to trial with two other man implicated in the shooting of Young Dolph's Sprinter van. Yo Gotti and Dolph had been a embroiled in a beef that culminated at this nearly tragic moment. Wright admitting to shooting up the van that also struck the lobby of a nearby Hyatt hotel lobby.
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