Rapper sentenced to 99 years in prison over murder of mother

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A Chicago rapper, QAWMANE WILSON has been sentenced to ninety-nine years in prison over his involvement in the death of his mother.


The rapper who is known by his alias as Young QC was said to have hired a hit man to murder his own mother to enable him have access to her bank accounts and life insurance.



WILSON was found guilty of the murder-for-hire and sentenced to spend the rest of his life behind bars, while the gunman, EUGENE SPENCER, was sentenced to one hundred years.



Cook County Judge STANLEY SACKS said WILSON, who was the only child of his mother hired a hitman  to kill her so he could have access to her accounts. 



The court heard that YOLANDA HOLMES was shot and stabbed to death by the hitman after he was ordered by Wilson to make sure the bitch was dead.

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