“Bad Decisions,” indeed.
Rapper Lil Twist was sentenced to a year in jail on Wednesday, after pleading no contest to a host of charges, including assault with a deadly weapon and first-degree burglary.
The rapper also received three years of formal probation.
According to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Twist — born Christopher Lynn Moore — attended a party in the Miracle Mile section of Los Angeles in 2014. When a man asked him to leave, Twist slapped him in the face.
After leaving, Twist returned shortly thereafter with four other people, who jumped the man and subdued him. Twist then kicked the man.
After being kicked out of the party, Twist and his crew reportedly returned and attacked Massey’s brother Chris Massey with brass knuckles, taking his wallet and cell phone.
Twist is expected to surrender himself on Feb. 3.