Gongu Roach Explains How Max B Could Of Been Out If His Label Or Friends Would Of Put Money Up!

Gongu Roach Explains How Max B Could Of Been Out If His Label Or Friends Would Of Put Money Up!

In this clip Gongu Roach explain how Max B went to trial with a horrible lawyer and could of gotten released from prison over 10 years ago if Amalgam Digital or one of his “friends” would of put the money up for new lawyers.

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