Man Convicted Of Shooting Lil Wayne’s Bus Appeals To GA Supreme Court

Jimmy “Peewee Roscoe” Winfrey was convicted of firing at Lil Wayne’s tour bus in April 2015. After pleading guilty to six charges, the associate of Birdman and Young Thug was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Winfrey appealed the sentence and conviction by claiming his original judge was too involved in his plea negotiations making that plea agreement “involuntary.” The AJC reports the case is now headed to the Georgia Supreme Court.

 Authorities believe Winfrey was driving a white Camaro when he shot at the tour bus traveling on I-285. The attack was allegedly connected to a Bloods Gang dispute and meant to help Peewee gain “street cred.”

No one was injured during the shooting. The bus supposedly suffered over $20,000 worth of damage.


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