Nothing can stop true love and the sound of wedding bells. Not even the modern day slave structure called prison. Former Bad Boy rap star, G Dep is officially married to his long time soulmate “RedBonePretty”. The two wedded officially May 18th, 2017. The photo below is from the ceremony that took place.
Trevell Coleman aka G-Dep is currently serving a 15 year to life bid, after confessing to a fatal robbery that occurred back in 1993. I’ve been told that during this tumultuous time that Dep has actually found peace of mind and is using his story and circumstance to help others. I’ve been told that Dep is helping through his non profit organization, The Greater Wealth Foundation [GWF]. The foundations focus are the issues and mistreatment of inmates while incarcerated as well as educating inmates on their civil and human rights. GWF also lends moral support and positivity in an effort to keep inmates motivated to make all the strides they can regardless of their unfortunate situations.
To get more information and content on the organization and it’s cause, check them out on YouTube: First Fam Radio.
As told by his new wife Laticia Coleman aka “RedBonePretty”, she’s been by Dep’s side every step of the way for the last 3 years. She also informed me that Dep rapped his wedding vows at the intimate ceremony that took place this month. We need to get the audio on those bars. Make sure the Harlem Boy still got it.
Make sure you follow @RedBonePretty on all social platforms so you can stay informed with G Dep’s fight for clemency, new music and updates on the GWF organization.
Congrats to the Coleman’s! Hold your head Dep! Stay in the fight and come out better than ever!
It’s always great to stumble upon one of your favorite Bad Boy emcees through social media. No secret to the people that know me that I have always been a supporter of G-Dep. He’s arguably in the Top 5 of naturally gifted emcees that Diddy signed and Child of The Ghetto is a very slept on album of this millennium. Special thanks to @RedBonePretty for reaching out to me in an effort to not only give me content, but to also give me positive news to deliver to my audience. Stay Strong.
Be Safe. Be Humble. Live Hip-Hop.