Chicago Rapper Young QC Sentenced To 99 years in prison for Having Mother

Chicago Rapper Young QC Sentenced To 99 years in prison for Having Mother Killed

Chicago Rapper Young QC Sentenced To 99 years in prison for Having Mother Killed

Chicago Rapper #YoungQC Sentenced To 99 Years In Prison For Paying Friend To Kill Mother; Gunman Gets 100 Years
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Young QC, 30, was sentenced to 99 years in prison for paying a hitman to shoot his mother dead while sleep.
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The gunman, Eugene Spencer, was sentenced to 100 years.
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Cook County Judge Stanley Sacks referred to QC as ‘spoiled,’ saying his mother Yolanda Holmes provided him everything he could want.
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“Whatever he wanted his mother gave to him. A car. A job. One could say he was spoiled. She gave Qaw’mane life, and it was his choice to take it way from her.”
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Spencer rode with Wilson’s girlfriend to Holmes’ apartment in Uptown in 2012, and shot Holmes as she slept in her bed, then struggled with Holmes boyfriend, knocking him unconscious, then returning to stab Holmes after a phone conversation with Wilson, who told him to “make sure the b***h is dead.”
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Wilson later collected the money in his mother’s bank accounts, and in the months after her death used the cash to customize the Mustang she had given him with gull-wing doors.
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On one occasion, he withdrew thousands of dollars from a bank and tossed wads of cash to a crowd of people he said were fans of his rap music — capturing the moments in a YouTube video that was played for the jury.
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Before QC was sentenced, he had this to say: “I just want to say, nobody loved my mother more than me,” he said. “She was all I had. That’s it.” (Source: Chicago Sun Times)

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