EXCLUSIVE: CMurder Ends Hunger Strike; Issues Statement

CMurder's hunger strike is over, and the rapper believes he's proved his point.

(AllHipHop News) Representatives for CMurder have confirmed his hunger strike is over.

On January 30th, the rapper announced he was launching a protest of Angola Prison's conditions and the treatment of its prisoners. After three weeks, reps for CMurder said the prison has taken the rapper out of the hole (solitary confinement) and he views the hunger strike as a success.

"I'm good, inmates are good, just continue to check on your love ones here at Angola," CMurder told AllHipHop.com. "I wanna thank everyone who checked on me and things are moving right along."

Master P issued a statement as well, after taking a visit to Angola to visit his younger brother, who also recorded as TRU along with their sibling Silkk The Shocker in the group TRU.

"I went to visit my brother in Angola Prison, he’s in good spirit. He told me that he wants to use his case and his life to help other young men not have to go through the unnecessary injustice that he’s been through. We laughed, we argued, we fussed and we fought but in the end we realized that there is nothing more important than family," Master P. stated. "We will be there when no one else will. Blood is thicker than water. You can choose your friends but not your family. Nothing is more important than love. We all we got. Free Corey Miller. God will turn this around. A man has come forward and confessed, there is also a video tape from the club that has not been used as evidence in the case, but we have faith and trust in God."

The news of CMurder ending his hunger strike comes on the heels of a violent incident last week, which underscores the dangers of Angola for the correctional officers and the prisoners.

Like CMurder, both men were serving life sentence's for homicide and now inmate Jessie Grace could be facing criminal charges for his role in the beating.

As for CMurder, born Corey Miller, the rapper has vowed to continue his fight to overturn his conviction and life sentence for the 2002 murder of Steven Thomas inside of a now-defunct Jefferson Parish nightclub.

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