Beanie Sigel Released From Jail Following Two Years for Tax Evasion, Narcotics

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Rapper Beanie Sigel was released from jail Thursday following a two-year federal sentence for tax evasion on more than $700,000 over six years and a congruently served sentence on narcotics possession charges. 

TMZ reports law enforcement sources have statedearly the former Roc-A-Fella rapper will spend time at a halfway house to help his transition. The Philadelphia rapper's last album, This Time, was released just hours following his arrest in 2012. 

Wayno, a member of Triangle Offense Management, as Hot New Hip Hop reports, broke the news this morning via Twitter: 

 

 

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