Kidd Creole sentenced to 16 years for fatal 2017 stabbing of homeless man
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NEW YORK — Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five’s Kidd Creole received a 16-year prison sentence Wednesday for fatally stabbing a homeless ex-con who approached him at random on a midtown Manhattan sidewalk. A Manhattan Supreme Court jury in April found the Bronx-born artist, whose real name is Nathaniel Glover, guilty of manslaughter for John Jolly’s Aug. 1, 2017, killing. Glover was acquitted of second-degree murder. Glover, 62, waited at Rikers Island almost five years to go to trial, and rejected a deal from prosecutors in March to plead to manslaughter in exchange for a 10-year sentence. ...