Rapper 'Catfish Boo' sentenced in crack cocaine conspiracy

Rapper 'Catfish Boo' gets 100-month sentence in crack cocaine conspiracy


MORRISTOWN (WATE) - Rapper "Catfish Boo," was sentenced Tuesday in Greeneville to 100 months in federal prison in a crack cocaine conspiracy case.

Coston Majette, III, 30, of Morristown, is the owner of 423 Entertainment. He's also known as "Boo Money" and David Johnson.

The sentence resulted from a guilty plea by Majette on January 12. A federal grand jury indictment charged him with numerous counts related to a conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine.

U.S. District Judge Leon Jordan noted Majette's extensive criminal history in imposing the sentence.

Majette's co-defendant, Jonathan Hunt, is already serving a 100-month sentence in federal prison.

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