Alabama rapper Honeycomb Prause thinks his life is in danger in the prison he’s in.
He wrote: “I’m in a limestone correctional facility, I’ve been here 9 days and they’ve shook me 5 times already. This racist camp and politics were calling me by my name and calling me all kinds of n*ggas.”
“I’m in confinement right now with no disciplinary writing or no explanation. I’m not really complaining about my situation, but I want to spread awareness to my family and fans of what’s going on. They woke me up at 2 am. [sic] I am in the confinement cell with no carpet or blanket or nothing and he made me sleep on the floor. I said it to let everyone know that I wouldn’t do it to continue this matter.”
In July, a judge annulled his probation for violation. He was under probation for the felony possession of a firearm. At the time, he had only served 18 months of his 15-year sentence, but the DA office said he would have to serve out the rest of the time.
“I’ve laid back trying to make it home for my family and see this bigger picture, but I still think about my grandmother and my grandfather and all sorts of other crap. I can’t go on with this anymore. They’ll probably run in here when they see this post and jump on me. They might kill me. Or I might, but I won’t go into it any further, so I’m telling everyone.”