In addition to being a battle rapper, Tsu Surf held a leadership position with the Rollin’ 60s Neighborhood Crips in New Jersey.

He admitted to that and more while pleading guilty to RICO charges in a New Jersey federal court this week.

Surf, accused of shooting at a rival gang member and possessing two weapons, faces up to 20 years on the racketeering charge and another ten on the weapons charges.

The 33-year old will be sentenced on September 12.

Surf was arrested by federal agents in October after a standoff with police.


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