Rapper Nuke Bizzle, who bragged about stealing COVID-19 benefits, will plead guilty to fraud, firearms charges


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Tennessee rapper Fontrell Antonio Baines, a.k.a. “Nuke Bizzle,” has agreed to plead guilty to charges of fraud and illegal firearm possession after he bragged about obtaining fraudulent COVID-19 unemployment benefits.

In the 2020 song called “EDD” after California’s Employment Development Department, Baines says, “I done got rich off of EDD.”

“I gotta shoutout to Donald Trump. / I just might swipe me a lump sum,” the rapper says in one…



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