Dru Ha Speaks On Starang Wonder’s 18 Month Jail Sentence

(AllHipHop News) Duck Down Records’ CEO Dru Ha recently opened up OGC/Fab 5/BCC member Starang Wondah’s whereabouts over the past year. In a letter on Duck Down’s official site, Dru Ha explained that Starang Wondah’s absence from the Hip-Hop scene was unfortunately due to incarceration. The rapper nearing the end of an 18-month prison stretch in upstate Pennsylvania for illegal drug possession. “While I won’t dive into the specifics of his case, Starang maintains his innocence and looks forward to appealing the charges when he comes home in mid August,” Dru Ha explained. “At his request, we’ve managed to keep the situation under the radar for sometime. However, as he’s nearing the end of his sentence he’s agreed to let everyone know he’s doing ok.”Dru Ha visited Starang at the prison over the weekend. During their conversation, Dru said that Starang briefly mentioned that he had been writing and had several ideas for a possible album. Starang rose to popularity with group members Top Dog, and Louieville Sluggah, collectively known as Originoo Gunn Clappaz (O.G.C). They appear on classic Hip-Hop tracks like “Sound Bwoy Bureill” by Smif-N-Wessun and with Heltah Skeltah as The Fab 5 on the single “Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka.”“Driving back to NYC, I spoke with one of his group mates, Louieville, to give him an update. I let him know that Starang fondly said, ‘what’s up’ to him as well as his BCC family. Of course we will support him in whatever he decides to do. Hopefully a new Boot Camp album, a solo project, who knows maybe even an OGC album. For now honestly it’s the furthest thought from my mind. I drove back hoping that he’d be able to figure something better out for his life. He is a friend first.”Fans of OGC/BCC can write to Starang directly: SCI Retreat Jack McNair #JG9303 660 State Route 11 Hunlock Creek, PA 18621

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