- Joined Apr 10, 2009
As previously reported, Max was sentenced to 75 years in prison on
September 3, 2009 for orchestrating a 2006 robbery that left a man slain
in a Fort Lee, New Jersey hotel.
The former Jim Jones protégé was convicted of felony murder, aggravated
manslaughter, kidnapping, armed robbery and conspiracy.
O’Shay, who speaks to Max daily, says he’s in good spirits about the
appeal Mr. Wavy may wash ashore sooner than expected. XXLMag.com spoke with
incarcerated rapper Max B’s manager, Joli O’Shay, earlier today (Mar.
19) and she says the Harlemite was recently granted an appeal in his
According to O’Shay, Max is now sitting tight as he awaits an actual
appeal date. Once that comes in the MC known as Biggavelli, has a new
lawyer to fight for his innocence. “He’s gonna try hopefully to go
back to trial, or get it a mistrial or get it time served, whatever we