Kevin Gates Ready To Work With Adolescents With Problems After Prison Release
Kevin Gates ready to make a difference as soon as he's a free man.
After his release from behind bars, the rapper Kevin Gates you plan to use your story to scare teenagers end up in the same situation you are in.
TMZ reports that Gates' attorney, Herschel Rush has revealed that the Louisiana musician will devote considerable time to share his personal story with young people with problems after it is published on Wednesday (10 January). Gates plans to share his story with the Boys And Girls Club, among other organizations.
In total, Gates has served approximately nine months of the 30 months of prison in Illinois East Moline, illinois Correctional Facilities.
After serving five months in Florida to kick a woman on a 2015 concert, Gates was given additional time for an outstanding weapons-related of the order.
As part of the complaint of the conditions of his probation, Doors will be required to undergo mandatory supervision and may not possess firearms.