New Orleans rapper Widner “Flow” Degruy stalled his sentencing for a few minutes when he “walked into a New Orleans courtroom in chains Tuesday, muttered loudly and flipped manila folders off a desk,” according to The Advocate. But despite his antics, he was unable to avoid his punishment: two life terms behind bars.
The Young Money rapper was convicted of killing brothers Kendrick and Kendred Bishop on Memorial Day 2015.
He was reportedly friends with 22-year-old Kendrick but suspected the man and his 18-year-old brother, Kendred, had stolen $8,000 in cash and a gun from him.
On the night before the shootings, they all attended a Lil Wayne concert in Alabama, before returning to New Orleans.
Flow’s accomplice received a 20-year sentence in exchange for his agreement to testify against Flow.