C-Murder, the American rapper and sibling of Master P, has been incarcerated since 2009 for the 2002 murder of 16-year-old Steve Thomas. Throughout, he has steadfastly maintained his innocence, asserting that he was unjustly convicted. His case has been shrouded in controversy, with accusations of witness tampering, juror intimidation, and prosecutorial misconduct. In 2018, two crucial witnesses recanted their testimonies, claiming authorities coerced them into identifying C-Murder as the assailant. Advocates, including Kim Kardashian West, have been campaigning for his release and a new trial.

Despite these developments and public outcry, C-Murder’s release date remains uncertain. Presently serving a life sentence without parole at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, his potential freedom hinges on overturning his conviction through the courts or receiving a pardon from the governor. Despite multiple filed appeals and motions, none have succeeded thus far. Additionally, he faced legal challenges in 2009, pleading no contest to two counts of attempted murder in an unrelated case.

Fans and followers eagerly anticipate news on C-Murder’s situation. Speculative websites and social media posts have suggested a potential release in 2022 or sooner, but these lack official sources or evidence, likely amounting to rumors or wishful thinking. As of now, no confirmed date or plan for C-Murder’s release from prison has been announced.


Wikipedia¹ provides an extensive account of C-Murder’s biography, discography, and legal matters.
Alpha News Call² delves into C-Murder’s jail release date and Kim Kardashian West’s role.
Wise Plans³ offers insights into C-Murder’s parole prospects and current status.
CGAA⁴ covers C-Murder’s video game project and addresses any delays.
Sportskeeda⁵ reports on C-Murder’s hunger strike and allegations of abuse.