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An aspiring rapper in Chicago was sentenced to 99 years in prison after he and a hitman he hired to gun down his mother were found guilty of murdering the woman.
Qaw'mane Wilson, who raps under the name 'Young QC', was sentenced by Judge Stanley Sacks, in Cooks County, on Friday.
Sacks also gave the hitman, Eugene Spencer, a similar punishment, 100 years in prison for the slaying of Wilson's mother, Yolanda Holmes, in 2012.
'The word is 'matricide', meaning murder of one's own mother,' the judge said as he stared down from the bench at Wilson and Spencer, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Sacks noted what had become obvious during the case, was that Wilson, who was 23 at the time Holmes was shot dead in her North Side apartment, was doted on by his mother when he ordered her death.
'Whatever he wanted, his mother gave to him. A car. A job. One could say he was spoiled. She gave Qaw'mane life, and it was his choice to take it way from her,' the judge said during the man's sentencing.
Prosecutors said Sencer and Wilson's girlfriend went to Holmes' apartment in Uptown on September 12, 2012, to carry out the murder so that the rapper could empty her bank accounts.
Qaw'mane Wilson of Chicago (right) is pictured in a YouTube video that shows the Ford Mustang his mother purchased for him, and which he added gull wings to after hiring a hit man to kill his mom so he could get cash from her accounts to pay for the customization job
Records showed the woman's son withdrew nearly $70,000 from her accounts in the months after her death, and spent the money on flashy clothes and adding gull wings to a pricey Ford Mustang muscle car she had given him.
In an video that Wilson filmed and posted online, he is seen throwing cash on to his supporters and saying that he knows how to 'give back' to his fans.
Wilson, now 30, with long dreadlocks pulled back into a topknot Friday, nodded as the judge delivered the sentence.
When asked if he had anything to say before Sacks made his ruling, Wilson was brief, the Times reports.
Qaw'mane Wilson of Chicago pictured on Facebook before he was sentenced to 99 years in prison for hiring a hit-man to murder his mother. 'Whatever he wanted, his mother gave to him. A car. A job. One could say he was spoiled,' said Cook County Judge Stanley Sacks
Aspiring rapper Qaw'mane Wilson of Chicago (pictured left and right from Facebook) said after, after he was sentenced to 99 years in prison for matricide on Friday, that 'nobody' loved his mother more than he did
'I just want to say, nobody loved my mother more than me,' he said. 'She was all I had. That's it.'
Relatives said that Holmes' murder and the charges against her son nearly a year later had 'torn a hole' in the close-knit family.
Sondra Jackson, Holmes' aunt, attended each day of the week-long trial last year with a group of family members, and had always sat on the side of the courtroom behind prosecutors, reports the Sun-Times.
'After all this, we still don't understand why he did it,' Jackson said at the time. 'We are just happy to have this over'.
She spawned a demon seed, like many of these females who open their legs to these toxic males, the males are to blame in mass for letting these women be whores, Black males think with their male organ and have no discipline nor brains.
Dirty low down evil monster you are. Your time is coming, she birth raised cared and loved you. You could have asked her to help with your car I'm sure she would have done her best to help. Now you have no loving mother, no freedom or that car. Rot in jail and repent of your sin.
Stroke couldn't be more truthful that's why I'm glad my mom and dad was who the were. Mom always told my siblings and I about wanting to keep up with the Joneses. Stop worrying about what other people are doing and not to care about impressing them if they're not the ones buying your clothes. My dad gave me a few lessons I'll never forget. The most memorable one was the summer I worked with him he gave me twenty dollars a week. I wasn't doing a whole lot but I was there. The twenty dollars I made I spent, and to this day I don't remember what I spent it on but it couldn't have been anything of importance. Well summer was ending and school was approaching and I said dad can you take me to buy clothes for school he said sure we'll go on Saturday. I was like cool. We got there let me pick out what I wanted got to the register and I looked at him he looked at me and said where's your money? I said huh? He said you worked all summer where's your money? I said I spent it, he said well I guess you'll be wearing the same clothes you had last year and out the store we went. As a kid I thought it was messed up but shortly after that I lost my dad to some low life that robbed and killed him because that puss didn't want to work for his. Upon losing him everything that my dad was teaching me became so much clearer even at a young age. I teach this to my young one and she understands at a young age as well. You can't blame no one else if you don't set the example yourself.
Mr Stroke is was painful to read your comment but you are correct. Sometime we so want to help them and give them an easier start than what we had. And they see it as an opportunity to get things easy instead of tryin to earn or multiple on the start that we have provided
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