(AllHipHop News) Veteran Bronx rapper Tim Dog will be featured on NBC’s "Dateline" this Friday, after being caught in an undercover sting operation.
Dateline correspondent Dennis Murphy will lead a segment on former rapper Tim Dog, who scammed a woman out of over $32,000, in an online dating scheme.
Esther Pilgrim and Noel Stehling were both conned by different musicians and they shared their stories on "Dateline."
Tim Dog pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Mississippi in September 2011, the financial scheme left Pilgrim with over $32,000 in credit card debt.
Tim Dog, born Timothy Blair, received five years of probation and was ordered to pay Pilgrim $19,000 in restitution.
When Pilgrim was attempting to bring Tim Dog to justice, she befriended Stehling, who had a similar encounter.
As the women sought to bring Tim Dog to justice, Stehling set up a date with the rapper, wearing a hidden camera.
Tim Dog, born Timothy Blair, is a veteran rapper from the Bronx, who has worked with artists like Kool Keith and Ultramagnetic Emcees and others.
His most notable claim to fame is recording the song "F**k Compton," which was one of the first records in a violent 90's feud, between East coast and West coast rappers.
The "Dateline" episode featuring Tim Dog is slated to air this Friday (June 8) on NBC.