The Morning Hustle

A judge denied bail for Casanova after prosecutors presented their case earlier this month. During their arguments, prosecutors cited a November 2019 interview with Casanova speaking with Nick Cannon.

According to VladTV, on Thursday (Jan 28) a federal magistrate judge has denied Casanova's attempt to get out of jail while awaits court for charges of racketeering and drug trafficking. During the court hearing, U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Davison stated that while Casanova's defense team provided a "formidable" argument for the "Woah" rapper on $2.5 million bail, but Davison expressed that he was "concerned" about the danger to the community if Casanova was released.

Casanova, who's currently sitting in Federal prison, debuted a smiling photo of him and his children on a video call via Twitter. The Brooklyn rapper is facing 15 years to life if found guilty of charges related to a RICO case stemming from his alleged affiliation with a local street gang.


Casanova is looking at up to life behind bars if the Southern District of New York makes its case against him. In true conspiracy embracing fashion, there are a legion of people on Twitter who are convinced it was the Brooklyn rapper's interviews with DJ Vlad that got him pinched by the Feds.

Casanova is in custody. The Brooklyn rapper surrendered to the Feds about two days after they announced he was among 18 men indicted on conspiracy and racketeering charges.

Clearly Casanova's charges are no laughing matter but if Black Twitter don't do nothing else, they are definitely going to find the humor. 

Many have felt the financial strain of social distancing and quarantine in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but it seems like many have turned online to make extra money–even if that means being nude and rapper Casanova is the latest to join the trend.

The streets were bracing for more static to erupt from the brewing Pop Smoke vs. Casanova beef but it appears that all is well between the pair.