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Producer And Rapper Kush Receives Prison Sentence For Cocaine Use

The results from Kush’s first trial for cocaine use were revealed.

On March 18, the Seoul Central District Court sentenced Kush to two years and six months in prison and suspended the sentence for four years. He was given 80 hours of probation and drug treatment, as well as a fine of 875,000 won (approximately $772).

The court stated, “Drug-related crimes are very dangerous because they can cause great harm to the individual and society as a whole due to the addictive nature [of drugs]. However, because he admits to his crime and sincerely reflects on himself, his sentence will be suspended for the last time.”

In late 2017, Kush purchased 2.5 grams of cocaine from an acquaintance and inhaled the drug in his house. In December of the same year, he attempted to pick up another batch of cocaine in a mailbox and was apprehended by police officers who were staking out the building. When questioned by the police about his reasons for using the drugs, he stated that he had been suffering from depression.

The results from Kush’s first trial for cocaine use were revealed. On March 18, the Seoul Central District Court sentenced Kush to two years and six months in prison and suspended the sentence for four years. He was given 80 hours of probation and drug treatment, as well as a fine of 875,000 won (approximately $772). The

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Rapper and producer Kim Byung-hoon, better known by his stage name Kush, was sentenced to jail for habitual use of cocaine.

On Monday, the Seoul Central District Court sentenced the 35-year-old rapper to two years and six months in prison, suspended for four years, for cocaine use. Kim was also given probation, 80 hours of drug treatment and a fine of 875,000 won ($773).

In November and December of 2017, Kim purchased 2.5 grams of cocaine and used the drug at his home on seven occasions.

On his third purchase, Kim was on his way to pick up 0.48 gram of cocaine at a mailbox in a residential area in southern Seoul when he was apprehended by police officers who were on a stakeout nearby.

When questioned by police, Kim stated he suffers from chronic panic disorder and depression. He took the drug in hopes of getting over insomnia, he claimed.

Rapper and producer Kim Byung-hoon, better known by his stage name Kush, was sentenced to jail for habitual use of cocaine. On Monday, the Seoul Central District Court sentenced the 35-year-old rapper to two years and six months in prison, suspended for four years, for cocaine use. Kim was also given probation, 80 hours of drug treatment and a fine of 875,000 won ($773). Kush (CJ E&M)In November and December of 2017…