Harlem rapper Juelz Santana was recently sentenced to two years probation for threatening a neighbor. According to his neighbor, he felt he needed to intervene when Juelz was beating his girlfriend. He called the police on Santana, causing the rapper to threaten his life.
The neighbor said the threats got so bad they were "causing problems in my marriage and my personal life. I had to move out of fear. I pay more rent now. I've been having problems with my wife."
The Dipset rapper appeared in court yesterday and agreed to a plea deal that kept him out of prison; he was facing three charges, two of which were assault. Both assault charges were dropped, and Juelz took the threatening charge.
Unfortunately, however, Juelz will still need some more luck. He's facing charges in relation to a police raid on his "Santana's World" studios in Bergenfield two years ago, in which they allegedly found two loaded 9mm handguns, boxes of ammunition, and 17 dime bags of marijuana.