Chicago Rapper Young QC Sentenced To 99 Years For Hiring Hitman To Kill His Mother


When doing it for clout goes to despicable levels…

Young QC, an aspiring Chicago rapper, has been sentenced to 99 years in prison after he was convicted of hiring a hitman to kill his mother so that he could inherit her money to fund his rap career.

In 2012, QC, real name Qaw’mane Wilson, offered Eugene Spencer $3,500 to go to his mother, Yolanda Holmes’ uptown apartment to rob and/or kill her.

Spencer fatally shot Yolanda, then stabbed her under the direction of QC to “make sure the b**ch was dead.”

Young QC paid Eugene Spencer $70 for killing his mother.

Eight months after his mother’s death, QC, who was Yolanda Holmes’ sole beneficiary, rolled up to Chase Bank with cameras rolling and withdrew $90,000 from her account.

He then made his way to the mall and threw money in the air “for the fans.”

In the video, posted on YouTube, you can see people squealing and scrambling to grab the money off of the ground as a cocky QC grinned and flaunted for the camera.

Young QC was sentenced to 99 years in prison.



Eugene Spencer was sentenced to 100 years, and the getaway driver, Loriana Johnson, was previously sentenced to 14 years for her role in the crime.

Cook County Judge Stanley Sacks said from the bench on Friday, “The word is ‘matricide,’ meaning murder of one’s own mother. Whatever he wanted, his mother gave to him. A car. A job. One could say he was spoiled. She gave Qaw’mane life, and it was his choice to take it way from her.”

Unbelievable.

Source: Washington Post