Orlando rapper 9lokkNine sentenced to 7 years in federal prison for gun charges, COVID-19 aid fraud – Orlando Sentinel


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An Orlando rapper who goes by the stage name 9lokkNine — pronounced “Glock Nine” — was sentenced Wednesday to about seven years in federal prison after pleading guilty in July to identity theft and weapons charges, according to court records.

Jacquavius Smith, 21, fraudulently applied for and received $10,216 in federal Paycheck Protection Program funds meant to help struggling businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Smith used his bank account to receive the deposit, but the identity of another person, named in court records as “S.S.” for the application. Law enforcement recovered $7,216 from Smith’s bank account.

Jacquavius Smith, a rapper who goes by the stage name

Jacquavius Smith, a rapper who goes by the stage name "9lokkNine," was sentenced to about seven years in federal prison this week.

He also pleaded guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm after hiding a stolen semi-automatic rifle and ammunition in his grandparent’s garage. Since the rifle’s barrel length was under 16 inches, it was supposed to be registered with the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.

Smith, described by Orange County Sheriff John Mina as a leader of the Army gang based in the Mercy Drive area, has a felony record dating back to when he was 16. He also pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm.

As a rapper, Smith is known for his 2018 hit single “10 percent.”

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