Rapper G. Dep was convicted Tuesday in a 1993 murder to which he suddenly confessed in 2010.
Born Trevell Coleman, G. Dep, 37, faces at least 15 years in prison at his sentencing, set for May 8.
The rapper, who had fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s as a member of Sean Combs' roster Bad Boy Records, reopened the cold case murder of John Henkel when he walked into a New York police precinct to say he'd fired at someone on a Harlem street corner when he was about 17 to 19.
The confession was a shock in the hip-hop community that after all these years he would admit to the crime and face the consequences
Stay Up G-Dep and prayers to the Henkel Family!