Three men in total have been convicted for the killing of rising Alabama rapper Doe B in December 2013.
This week, Jason McWilliams and Taboris Mock plead guilty to three charges of first-degree assault for their role in the killing of the 22 year old greatly recognized for his association with T.I. and his Grand Hustle imprint.
McWilliams and Mock both admitted to taking part in the shootout at the Centennial Hill Bar and Grill, which killed Doe B, Tinmarious Hamilton and Kimberle Johnson.
Mock and McWilliams were sentenced to 15 years in prison for their pleas. Darius Thomas, who plead guilty for participating in the 2013 killing, received 85 years in prison.
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