Update 05/04/2021 2:31pm:
Previously, it was noted that Brooklyn rapper Jeezy Mula was under investigation for gambling on social media. The video in question that found him garnering attention showed him and others including Fatboy SSE rolling dice. Now, it has been reported that Jeezy Mula was allegedly sentenced to 24 months in prison.
It was noted that the rapper may not have to serve the entire amount of time, as he cold be released within 15 months. Along with that, the rapper then could be eligible for bail on any other pending charges he faces. Stay tuned for more updates.
Original 03/12/2019 10:36am:
It seems that the allure of social media has gotten the best of another young artist en route to success, as this time Brooklyn rapper Jeezy Mula aka Real Ryte Mula appears to be the latest to find himself in legal trouble after posting compromising footage on the internet.
Interestingly enough, Jeezy Mula confirmed this information on his own Instagram, while posting what looks to be a court document that details the alleged criminal activity that he documented on social media.
Within the document, it's revealed that the artist is under investigation for his role in on-going financial crimes while identifying him as an active member of the "Real Ryte" crew, that reportedly has ties to a Bloods street gang known as the 5-9 Brims.
Elsewhere, the document states that Jeezy Mula was seen driving a red Bentley truck and flaunting thousands of dollars on social media, where on another occasion he was reportedly seen illegally gambling by playing dice for money.
With that said, the artist posted a caption alongside the transcript in question, suggesting that all he wanted to do was make music and create a better life for himself. He also claims Real Ryte to be an established business since 2016, while making clear that he's simply being harassed by people who don't want to see him win.
"TO THE PEOPLE THAT DID BELIEVE IN ME I APOLOGIZE," he wrote in the post, "I NEVER MEANT FOR THIS TO HAPPEN. TEN TOES TILL WE MEET AGAIN."