Rapper G Herbo is ramping up to have an active summer, now that the judge has eased more restrictions on him over his fraud case.
In December of 2020, G Herbo was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and two counts of aggravated identity theft, for his alleged involvement in a nationwide scam.
The Feds claim G Herbo, born Herber Wright III, was part of a ring that bilked hotels, private jet companies, and rental car businesses out of millions of dollars using stolen credit cards.
In addition to G Herbo, his manager and four other associates were also hit with the same charges in a 14-count indictment.
When G Herbo was charged, the rapper was ordered to have no contact with several of his key business associates.
Those included on a “no contact” list issued by the government included Joseph Bowden, Diandre Davis, Kimberly Fernandez, Mykkel Nance, Deandre Woods, and his half-brother, Cecil Davis,.
But thanks to a new ruling, those constraints have been eased.
A judge just ruled that G Herbo can now associate with Joseph Bowden who is the rap star’s business partner. Bowden manages G Herbo’s day-to-day affairs and is the CEO of Wright’s record label. He also directs Machine Entertainment Group which holds all of G Herbo’s performance licenses.
Diandre Davis is another key associate of G Herbo and serves as his tour manager. Davis is key because he books the lucrative gigs for the Chicago M.C.
G Herbo’s aunt, Kimberly Fernandez is the rapper’s part-time as a personal assistant, while Mykkel Nance is his personal manager.
Deandre Woods is G Herbo’s DJ and a producer for his performances and finally, Cecil Davis is the rapper’s half-brother, who sometimes pops up at family events.
The ruling is great news for G Herbo since the same judge decided the rapper should be permitted to travel as he fights the accusations the government has leveled against him.
For the record, G Herbo has pleaded not guilty to the charges and has maintained his innocence.