It’s been two years since Brooklyn-bred rapper Casanova was sentenced to serve a 60-year jail term. The “Don’t Run” rapper plead guilty to charges of drug and federal racketeering back in May of 2020, as reported by The Fader.
On Sunday, Casanova took to Twitter to share a message reflecting on his time in prison.
God’s saying today, “I’m going to repay you for the years the enemy has stolen, years you spent lonely, years you spent being mistreated. You’re going to have plenty of joy, peace, resources & opportunities.” I hope that don’t go over y’all heads.. BTW, today makes 2 years!!!!
God’s saying today, “I’m going to repay you for the years the enemy has stolen, years you spent lonely, years you spent being mistreated. You’re going to have plenty of joy, peace, resources & opportunities.” I hope that don’t go over y’all heads..
BTW, today makes 2 years!!!!
— CASANOVA (@CASANOVA_2X) December 4, 2022
Fans responded with good wishes for the rapper, urging him to keep his head up.
Keep your head 🆙 Freedom soon🙏🏾❤️
— DC 😎 (@pappysurex) December 4, 2022
ITS STILL FREE 2X 💪🏾💪🏾
— BBWDESTRUCTOR (@BBWDESTRUCTOR) December 4, 2022
Peace is priceless ❤️ hyh
— EXIT_FAME (@EXIT_FAME) December 4, 2022
The Incarcerated Rapper Recently Gave Back For The Holidays
Despite his time away, Casanova has still been active in giving back to the community. According to The Source, the 36-year-old sponsored a Thanksgiving event at the Children of Promise non-profit organization in Brooklyn, New York. The purpose of the event was to “partner with children and families impacted by mass incarceration.” And promote healing in Black and brown communities.
The event was promoted on the rapper’s Instagram page.
Always give without remembering and always receive without forgetting, I hope that dont go over your head. @childrenofpromisenyc I’m excited!
Footage of the event was also shared by Casanova’s longtime spouse, Jasmere Corbett, known on social media as Swaggy Jazzy.
To move forward, you have to give back. Free @bigcasanova_2x. Thank you for having us @childrenofpromisenyc.
Casanova also sent in a video message for the children at the event.
Children of Promise, we giving back. We don’t stop giving back behind bars. You know what it is.
Roommates, what do you think about this?