C-MURDER ENDS HUNGER STRIKE IN ANGOLA STATE PRISON

Last month, Corey Miller aka C-Murder of the legendary No Limit movement from New Orleans began a hunger strike in Louisiana’s notorious Angola State Prison to combat the mistreatment and inhumane conditions of the inmates there. After three weeks of a successful strike, Miller was returned to population from solitary confinement, ending the process, making it a success.

“I’m good, inmates are good, just continue to check on your love ones here at Angola,”

CMurder told AllHipHop.com. “I wanna thank everyone who checked on me and things are moving right along.”

His brother Master P made a statement on Instagram after his visit with his younger brother, confirming the success of the hunger strike.

C-Murder is still continuing his fight to overturn his murder conviction of a 16 year old in a nightclub in 2002.