Embattled rapper B.G.'s prison sentencing has been postponed until next month (Jun12).
Lil Wayne's former Hot Boyz bandmate, real name Christopher Dorsey, was arrested in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2009 along with two other pals after police found him with three loaded firearms in his car - two of which had been reported stolen.
Cops later charged the 31 year old with two counts of felony weapons possession and conspiracy to obstruct justice after he tried to convince his associate, Demounde Pollard, to accept responsibility for the guns as he was the only one with a clean record.
Dorsey originally denied the charges in 2010, but he reversed his decision in December (11) and pleaded guilty to both counts of gun possession and witness tampering after confessing ownership.
The case has experienced a number of sentencing delays, but he will now learn his fate on 13 June (12).
Probation officers are recommending a minimum of eight years behind bars, according to the New Orleans Times Picayune.
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