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The Hidden Cost When Covid Hits the Prison System

Former Bad Boy rapper G-Dep, currently incarcerated, maintains that he and his fellow inmates still deserve humanity

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He’s not on the mic much these days. But that doesn’t mean Trevell Coleman — once known as G-Dep, the Bad Boy-signed MC whose song “Special Delivery” electrified 2001 and spawned a hell




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Trevell "G Dep" Coleman

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