Former Bad Boy Rapper G-Dep Admits To Murder; Held Without Bail
Former Bad Boy rapper G-Dep is being held without bail in a New York jail, after admitting to murdering a man during a robbery attempt in October of 1993.
The extraordinary tale began on Wednesday (December 15th), when G-Dep, born Trevell Coleman, walked into the 25th Precinct and admitted to killing a man named John Henkel in the James Weldon Johnson housing projects in Queens.
According to the New York Post, G-Dep walked in and confessed to the murder after 17-years of living with the burred. He told police officers he rolled up on Henkel on Park Ave and 114th street and announced a robbery.
When Henkel resisted, G-Dep shot the man three times in the chest and throw his gun into the East River.
G-Dep, 36, had been arrested over 25 times for a variety of charges, including drugs, burglary and now, murder.
The rapper released one album for Bad Boy titled Child of the Ghetto, which produced the hit single "Let's Get It."
G-Dep was charged with murder and is being held without bail.