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The days for Max B may be looking bleak, after a recent court ruling upheld his conspiracy murder conviction, but Max B is riding the appeal wave until he can’t ride it no more. 

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The Harlem rapper called into Statik Selektah’s radio show to talk about his conviction and his petition “Pardon The Wave,” which asks for a fair appeal hearing. 

Max B also talked about Jay-Z shouting him out on Rick Ross’ “3 Kings” track, where Jay rapped: 

“Oh, stuntin’ to the Maxx, I’m so wavy.” 

Harlem rapper Max B was convicted and sentenced to jail for 75 years on conspiracy to commit murder and robbery charges that transpired in 2006. 

DETAILS: Goodbye Max B, You Were One Of The Greats

Although Max B wasn’t present during the time the crime was committed, the botched robbery landed Max in front of a judge pleading his case in 2009, when the District Attorney’s office accused him of sending his girlfriend and stepbrother to rob two men at a Fort Lee Holiday Inn. 

Max B’s friends and family are also putting together a listening party for the jailed rapper at a secret location on October 26 in Harlem.  

If you want to sign Max B’s “Pardon The Wave” petition, click here

Take a listen to Max B’s radio interview above!

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