It’s been two years since rapper Casanova mixed with Brooklyn was sentenced to 60 years in prison. The “Don’t Run” rapper pleaded guilty to drug charges and federal fraud in May 2020, as reported by The Fader.
On Sunday, Casanova took to Twitter to share a message reflecting on her time in prison.
God said today, “I will give you back the years your enemies stole, the years you lived alone, the years you were persecuted. You will have lots of fun, peace, resources and opportunities.” I hope that doesn’t cross your mind.. By the way, today is 2 years!!!!
God said today, “I will give you back the years your enemies stole, the years you lived alone, the years you were persecuted. You will have lots of fun, peace, resources and opportunities.” I hope that doesn’t cross your mind..
BTW, today is 2 years!!!!
– CASANOVA (@CASANOVA_2X) December 4, 2022
Fans responded with well wishes to the rapper, urging him to keep his head held high.
Keep calm Early freedom 🙏🏾❤️
– DC 😎 (@pappysurex) December 4, 2022
STILL FREE 2X
– BBWDESTRUCTOR (@BBWDESTRUCTOR) December 4, 2022
Peace is priceless ❤️ hyh
— EXIT_FAME (@EXIT_FAME) December 4, 2022
The recently incarcerated rapper is back for vacation
Despite the time away, Casanova is still actively contributing to the community. According to The Source, the 36-year-old sponsored a Thanksgiving event at the Children of Promise nonprofit in Brooklyn, New York. The purpose of the event is to “work with children and families affected by mass incarceration.” And promote healing in Black and brown communities.
The event was promoted on the rapper’s Instagram page.
Always give without remembering and always receive without forgetting, I hope that doesn’t cross your mind. @childrenofpromisenyc I’m so excited!
Footage of the event was also shared by Casanova’s longtime wife, Jasmere Corbett, known on social media as Swaggy Jazzy.
To move forward, you have to give back. Free @bigcasanova_2x. Thank you for having us @childrenofpromisenyc.
Casanova also sent a video message to children at the event.
Children of Promise, we give back. We do not stop giving behind bars. You know what it is.
Roommate, what do you think about this?