Former rap and hick-hop artist Jelly Roll is poised to become one of the biggest artists in country music in the coming weeks, months, and years.
Country rap artist Mikel Knight lost a wrongful death civil suit in Nashville’s Davidson County Circuit Court on October 21st, and a jury awarded the mothers of two deceased individuals who previously worked for the entertainer a total of $20,718,575.20. But Mikel Knight’s legal troubles were not over.
Country rap artist Mikel Knight who calls himself the “Country Rap King” lost a wrongful death civil suit in Nashville’s Davidson County Circuit Court on Friday (10-21), and a jury has awarded the mothers of two deceased individuals who previously worked for Mikel Knight a total of $20,718,575.20 in damages.
It was July of 2014 when a young man named Ky Rodgers first posted a lengthy, firsthand account about his time working on one of the street teams for country rap artist Mikel Knight. This is when many were first made aware of the allegedly dangerous…
But the allegations and stories about the practices of Mikel Knight and the Maverick Dirt Road Street Team go beyond being overworked and circumventing local ordinances. Stories of physical abuse, mental anguish, individuals being abandoned in small towns, and even the death of street team members in auto accidents after being overworked have been circulating for the last year.