A Chicago rapper and affiliate of Lil Durk and 600’s D.Rose named Antrell ‘FiveStar’ Lewis was recently sentenced to 20 years to life in federal prison for his alleged role in a heroin dealing ring in Dubuque, Iowa.

The 22 year-old rapper was an affiliate of the FollyBoyz group and received a lot of positive praise for his music despite not releasing many songs.

The charges stemmed from an indictment back in May 2016. He was one of seven men charged with distributing “laced” heroin near schools and playgrounds in Dubuque, Iowa. Fivestar originally faced one count of distribution of heroin and one count of conspiracy to distribute heroin near Jackson Park and Prescott Elementary School in Dubuque.

The rapper was hit with 2 additional charges, relating to the selling of laced Heroin cut with Fentanyl (a substance known to be used in the ‘cutting’ of heroin to increase profit by dealers) causing serious injury to two men and resulting in the death of another.

He was sentenced to 20 years to a possible life in federal prison for his role in what prosecutors called a “distribution ring”. He will no doubt try to appeal the lengthy sentence due to its severity when he has a chance to appeal.

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