Rapper Casanova Faces Up To 60 Years After Pleading Guilty To Racketeering and Drug Activity

May 11, 2022

By: Mary Moore

Rapper Casanova, whose real name is Caswell Senior, pled guilty Wednesday to racketeering and drug charges and is now facing up to 60 years, with a mandatory minimum of five years in prison. Senior played a significant role in the criminal organization the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation Bloods Gang from 2004 to 2020.

Senior, 35, was the 13th defendant from the group to plead guilty, according to ABC.

Senior confessed to shooting someone at a party over a gambling dispute in Florida. He said that he contributed to restraining a man and causing him bodily injuries at a party in Manhattan. And to trafficking at least 100 kilograms of marijuana, according to Fox 5.

Casanova was a budding music artist who was signed to Jay-Z's label Roc Nation abs known for hits like “Don’t Run” and “Set Trippin.”

After coming clean Senior will now have to wait until December 6, 2022,  at 11:00 a.m. to learn his fate.