It’s a shame people hate to see ya hit fame. Haters go for the throat with no mercy when they hate to see a nigga doin good or better yet, better than them, so sad. If I had a dime every time I heard a foot draggin wanna be ass goon sniffin Plies nuts, I’d be rich.
And ya’ll broke asses wonder why you still livin with your mammy, catchin hell with all them foot draggin baby mama’s that keepin yo sorry asses up in child support court, can’t find a job, jobless Muth- f—s….. Stop hatin on Plies.
He can have any woman he want, can any of ya’ll haters??????? He got plenty money, can ya’ll haters say that??????He droppin hit after hit, What about ya’ll haters???????? He could give a fu– about what you sorry, pissy, stank breath, nut scratchin bumbs have to say about him.
Next time yo baby momma holla out “Plies” when she nut, GO RUN AND TELL THEM KRACKERS THAT. Bytch azz nigg-s!
yall sum stupid ass hoes if u talkin shit bout my nigga plies. And at da same time yall probably talkin shit yall dont even kno. Really cant nobody speak a got damn thing on plies but him hisself dat nigga say he a goon then he a fuckin goon u cant say shit bout my nigga cuz he still droppin hit after hit and makin money so yall pussy ass fuck niggas can quit talkin shit cuz it aint gone 2 change nuthin. I dont care what yall say he still sexc as a fuck and um gone continue bein da numba 1 fan that i am! (dis goes 2 all da hataz)!
yall R full of sh*t how yall talking about my bustit baba plies so yall need 2 stop all that fuckin hating bitches
NIGGA FUCK THA HOOK,THA BOOKEM,THA BOYZ NIGGA IMMA G AND I SAG FA A REASON MY 40cal GOT ME DOIN IT HA! HA!
man i kno plies thats a fuck nigga he dont even come around ft. myers no more that’s a fuck nigga
ha ha if u aint heard that nigga right plies is fake my nigga c bo from swamp boyz ran his ass off tha stage in ocala ha ha silly ass people think these rappers real they just say that shit to get yall money !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
everybody listin i think plies the shit cause dat nigga got sum hot tracks out and came out with some fresh songs he a goon for life if you don,t like plies than fuck all yall fuckin hate,in ass bicthes
oh fuk trick and any otha nigga dat got shit to say bout plies n nigga im a plies fan n i aint pussy so fuk u 2 nig u bitch made!
yea he got off cause his brother took da charge for da team u must didnt research it enough fake ass nigga. i hate fake ass nigga dat wnt to make real look fake. do you thang plies like u said n i always quote real recognize real!
HERE’S UR FUCKIN GOONS RECORD FUCK PLIES HE HE WAS SO MUCH OF A GOON THEN HE WOULD HAVE DONE SOMTHEN WIT TRICK DADDY FUCK PLIES SO HERE IS PROOF FOR U PUSSY ASS PLIES FANS
The FDLE’s criminal record for Plies shows that the self-described “goon affiliated, ex drug dealer” who’s “resume solid, street cred bigger” has been arrested just twice within his home state of Florida during his adult life, with both arrests taking place two years ago.
The 32-year-old was arrested for the first time at the age of 29 on April 12, 2006 for the misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer without violence.
The latter of his two adult arrests came during a well-publicized shooting at a Gainesville, Florida nightclub after a Plies performance on July 2, 2006. According to reports, members of the rapper’s entourage, including his older brother, Ronell “Big Gates” Lavatte, pulled out guns and fired in the club after Plies, who’s performance was running long, became angry when his microphone was cut off so that Lil Boosie could begin to perform.
Plies’ career guide/older brother, and another man, Troy Denard Carnegie, were both charged with attempted murder, each accused of firing at least three rounds in the club that night. According to reports, Big Gates has only one more year to serve on his sentence for his involvement in the shooting, but a Ronell Lavatte cannot be located in the Florida Department Of Corrections offender search here [http://www.dc.state.fl.us/InmateInfo/InmateInfoMenu.asp] to verify that claim. However, a search for Mr. Carnegie here [http://www.dc.state.fl.us/ActiveInmates/detail.asp?Bookmark=1&From=list&SessionID=522963802] revealed that he is scheduled to be released from custody on June 20, 2010.
Unlike his brother and Mr. Carnegie, Plies was charged with just a misdemeanor count for possession of a concealed weapon after police found loaded firearms in the vehicle he and his entourage were riding in. He posted a $50,000 bond shortly thereafter and was released. Plies served no known jail time after later pleading no contest to the charge.
He has however subsequently been sued by five Gainesville residents who claim they were the victims of the shooting at the concert and are seeking $10 million in damages [click to read]. Plies’ attorney has publicly stated in response to the lawsuit that if they’re suing the rapper, they’re “suing the wrong person.”
HipHopDX’s search of the FDLE’s database for Plies’ entire criminal history was pursued after learning that records existed in another criminal database available to the public, that of Lee County, Florida, home to Plies’ native Fort Myers, Florida, which showed that the rapper had been cited for a handful of traffic offenses but never had any criminal charges brought against him.
This record was obtained by searching here [http://www.leeclerk.org/Crim_defendant_Name_sel.asp], with results showing that Plies run-ins with the Fort Myers Police Department during his adult life appear to have been limited to five traffic stops (two in 1997, one in 1999, and two in 2002) and citations for unknowingly not having his driver’s license on him, having too dark of tint on his car windows, and playing his car stereo too loud.
These traffic offenses are not included in the FDLE’s report on all of Plies’ criminal history within the state of Florida because according to the FDLE website no results are returned for “a misdemeanor other than those required to be submitted to FDLE under Florida Statutes.”
DX also searched the public criminal records databases for Hillsborough County here [http://www.hillsclerk.com/publicweb/Search_Court_Records.aspx] (which houses Plies’ current known residence in Tampa, Florida), and Miami-Dade County here [http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/cjis/search4.asp] (which is home to his record label, Slip-N-Slide Records) prior to confirming all of Plies’ criminal activities within the state of Florida via the FDLE’s report. Both countywide searches yielded no records of criminal activity for an Algernod Washington. The Hillsborough County search revealed only a handful of civil filings against Plies, including for unpaid rent.
It should be noted however that none of these county databases nor the FDLE’s report includes any juvenile criminal record that might have existed for Plies prior to his 18th birthday in 1994, or any federal criminal charges that might have been levied against the rapper in the 14 years since.
And, as is commonly understood, the absence of an arrest record is never absolute proof of the complete absence of one’s criminal activity.
However, it’s been documented in previous articles on the “realest” street scribe in Hip Hop today that Plies’ time was mostly consumed in the mid-to-late ‘90’s attending college at either Miami University in Oxford, Ohio – where he reportedly played on the football team – or the University of South Florida in Tampa, or both schools (there are conflicting reports regarding his collegiate career, and DX was unable to substantiate any as of press time).
And while crime has clearly hovered around the rapper’s day-to-day life in recent years, impacting him indirectly via the aforementioned incarceration of his older brother and the recent arrest of his manager, first person accounts of criminal activities on Plies’ part are conspicuously scarce in his raw rhymes. Instead, sympathetic laments on the cruelties experienced by family members and friends at the hands of an oftentimes merciless justice system, and not his own personal experiences, can be found in most of his material.
But there are the occasional past tense references to what appear to be claims of his own criminal activity. One glaring example can be found during his lament on the suffering his alleged criminal activities caused his mother on “Runnin My Momma Crazy,” in which he recollects: “Remember the nights, me sittin’ up in a cold cell/I’m wakin’ ya up out’cha sleep, it’s me callin’ you from jail.” While passionate, his verse’s claim that he was ever in a “cold cell” now appears to be untruthful, as according to the FDLE’s report Plies was never in jail for any period of time prior to 2006.
In addition to fallacious statements in song, Plies has also produced a contemptuous image for himself on the screen, including his portrayal as a high rollin’ drug dealer in the video clip for “Worth Goin Fed Fo”.
Recent “outings” of fellow Floridian, and Slip-N-Slide labelmate, Rick Ross, as well as “Hypnotized” collaborator Akon have shone a new light on the exaggerated, and in some instances completely fabricated, biographies crafted by too many of today’s Hip Hop artists.
These personal “stories” highlight phantom criminal backgrounds in an attempt to boost so-called “street cred” with fans who often are not living such lives and are therefore attracted to these tall tales of Tony Montana-esque (or in Plies’ case, O-Dog-style) criminal prowess and/or success. These fake personas proving to be alarmingly irresponsible when absorbed by the equally impressionable, but oftentimes far more impoverished, segment of the Hip Hop audience who believe with a dangerous literalism that they too can lead lives of crime ala fictional movie criminals or equally fictional rap criminals and yet in still eventually become an unimprisoned Hip Hop celebrity.
And while fabricated bios are nothing new to Hip Hop, even claiming the careers of some artists (see Vanilla Ice), unlike most emcees of yesteryear like the aforementioned Tupac, who balanced his occasionally outlandish claims of dope dealing and gang banging with cautionary tales of the pitfalls involved in a life of crime (see “Shorty Wanna Be A Thug,” “Young Niggaz,” etc), Plies seems more oblivious to maintaining any artistic responsibility, instead recklessly crafting a seemingly strategic image and seeking to capitalize on fraudulent claims of criminal activity all the while declaring to be Hip Hop’s undiluted truth teller, personifying all that is “real.”
It’s now abundantly apparent that Plies has forsaken being fully forthright with his fans, failing to make the crucial distinction that those around him, and not he, are the real victims of our nation’s often flawed justice system, and that he is merely observing and reporting their experiences within a life of crime and not his own.
Representatives for Plies could not be reached for comment on this report as of press time.
nigga he fake to yall cuz yall fake. frank lini aint no fukin goone do yo research! it dnt get no realer than plies.
that nigga fake as fuck livin his brothers life if u wanna listen to a real goon listen to frank lini
that nig*a fake frank lini sized his a$$ up
plies is the shit. alwayz spittin fire!
anything plies put out gne b a fukin hit so 5 stars for my nigga. real recognize real!
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