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A jeweler who caters to the hip-hop community pleads guilty to killing a female rap star. But he later claims that a violent record producer intimidated him into confessing to the crime.

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... Ed Green
... Nina Cassady
... Anita Van Buren
... Jack McCoy
... Connie Rubirosa
... Arthur Branch
... Isaac 'Iced Out Ike' Krantz
... Steven Smith
... Attorney Matthews
... Judge Walter Bradley
... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
... Andre Blair
... Davis Dedecker
Mark Kenneth Smaltz ... Judge William Koehler
Royce Johnson ... Ricky Bonner
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A jeweler who caters to the hip-hop community pleads guilty to killing a female rap star. But he later claims that a violent record producer intimidated him into confessing to the crime.

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Multiple references are made to a black rap mogul hanging an artist from a window in exchange for compensation. This is an obvious reference to Suge Knight and Vanilla Ice. See more »

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References Revenge of the Nerds (1984) See more »

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Where I live, you don't stay alive being nice. You don't get rich being nice.
7 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

Two teenagers wanted to have an autograph from a celebrity. They noticed the door was open, so they got in anyway. The girl, a rapper, lied on the ground shot dead two times. Detectives started investigating on the hip hop world, something about royalties or feud between rappers. But recent phone calls led police to trade agreements in jewelry business. Green and Cassady realized she was pregnant and the father could have been the jewelry businessman who had blood stains in shoes found in his "on the side" apartment. The man confessed shortly after, but before the judge he admitted to shoot the victim in the head, something that wasn't true. The rapper producer (Ato Essandoh) forced him to confess under duress: when McCoy considered the black guy a suspect (over a financial dispute), a henchman stabbed the white guy in a public toilet but he managed to survive the assault. A hard case to solve for McCoy.

A twisted plot with a twist ending. Do you think McCoy could give an apology to a mistake he made? Watch the episode till the very end.


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