EXCLUSIVE: Rapper AR-AB Gets Sentencing Date For Running Drug Empire

The Fed’s say the Philly rapper’s OBH Records was a front for a drug empire.

(AllHipHop News) Philadelphia rapper AR-AB and several of his associates could be heading to jail for the rest of their lives early next year.

Last week, AR-AB and three men affiliated with his Original Block Hustlaz record label were convicted of selling large amounts of cocaine, crack, heroin and methamphetamine around Philadelphia.

The Fed’s claimed AR-AB is the leader of a gang of drug-dealing killers who imported cocaine in bulk from California and killed their drug rivals to protect the lucrative drug empire.

AllHipHop has confirmed AR-AB will be sentenced for conspiracy to deal drugs on March 30th.

AR-AB is facing a minimum of 15 years in prison, and a maximum sentence of life when he is finally sentenced.

Popular O.B.H. affiliate Dark Lo is also facing charges connected to the trial after he penned a threatening letter to a witness under the name of Ron Harvey, who is a co-founder of the Philadelphia Black Mafia.

If Dark Lo is convicted of witness intimidation, he’s looking at 20 years in prison.