Busy Signal sentence to 6 (six) months imprisonment today September 21, 2012
Reggae singer Busy Signal was today sentenced to six months’ imprisonment in a Minnesota court in the United States.
But he will be out of jail in two months’ time because he has already served four months in lockup, which is considered time served.
The artiste, whose real name is Glendale Goshia Gordon, was sentenced on a charge of failure to show up for trial, following his guilty plea in July.
Busy Signal, 33, was in February 2002 slapped with two counts of cocaine-related charges, in the US, which carry a sentence of at least 15 years in prison.READ MORE ABOUT BUSY SIGNAL HERE