Pretty Ricky member Baby Blue has been released from prison after serving time for a $24 million PPP loan scam.
Baby Blue’s Release Was Documented On Instagram Live By Pleasure P
The singer’s groupmate, Pleasure P, took to Instagram live to document the moment, and share it with fans.
There he go!
Pleasure P repeated to fans as Blue walked away from the prison and closer to his awaiting group of friends.
Baby Blue officially outside!… We all we got! let’s get the f**k out of here — we ain’t ever coming back to this motherf****r!
The Last Time Fans Saw Blue He Celebrated His ‘Last Supper’
Before going away to prison Baby Blue celebrated his final night of freedom with a dinner he called “The Last Supper.” As previously reported by The Shade Room, family, and friends joined him in a private room at Prime 112 in Miami.
The singer shared more details, and photos, via an Instagram post.
The Last Supper. My immediate circle of family and friends joined me in a private room at Prime 112 on South Beach Miami, FL to say their farewells on the eve of my prison surrender. The night was filled with tears and laughter. I love you all. See you soon. Don’t forget to write.”
Also in attendance were Blue’s groupmates Spectacular and Pleasure P.
Baby Blue’s Prison Sentence And Time Served
The R&B singer served a little over 12 months in prison for a $24 million PPP loan scam. According to The Shade Room, he turned himself in to authorities on February 1, 2022.
Literally in route!⚠️ On my way to turn myself in to do my prison time this morning. 🦍💪🏽💯
— Blue Hefner (@BabyBlueWhoaaaa) February 7, 2022
As The Shade Room previously reported, Blue plead guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in August 2021. In December of that year, Blue was sentenced to 20 months in prison.
He confessed to getting a PPP loan of $426,717 for his company, Throwbackjersey.com LLC, using falsified documents and information. He also obtained another PPP loan of $708,065 for his other company, Blue Star Records LLC, also using falsified documents and information. He was ordered to pay $1,111,345.23 in restitution and $1,134,782 in forfeiture
Roommates, are you happy that Baby Blue has been released?