Rapper Nuke Bizzle makes music video about scamming CAs unemployment program, gets busted for … scamming CAs unemployment program
· · Oct 20, 2020 · NottheBee.com

How dumb do you have to be to write a rap song and make a music video flaunting how you're scamming the government out of millions of dollars when you really ARE scamming the government out of millions of dollars?!

Answer: About as dumb as rapper Fontrell Antonio Baines, AKA Nuke Bizzle.

"I got rich off of EDD!" Bizzle braggadociously raps, as he flashes stacks of cash.

EDD is CA's Employment Development Department which administers the state's unemployment benefits, specifically their CARES ACT COVID 19 relief program.

Boasting that he's got "swagger for EDD," he "go[es] to the bank with a stack of these" (holding up a fistful of envelopes containing stolen welfare debit cards), and then wakes up "to 300 Gs."

Rapper Fat Wizza, who joined Bizzle on the video, dropped this audacious line:

"You gotta sell cocaine, I just file a claim.''

The video was racking up the views following its Sept debut, and it looked like Bizzle was gonna bank some decent Gs just from the video alone, until the feds got wind of the lyrics and did a little digging.

Turns out Bizzle's video was "art" (I use the term loosely) imitating life, to the tune of $1.2 million loaded onto 92 fraudulently obtained relief cards.

You can check out his videographic confession here. Warning — Language and subject matter is a little ripe:

To throw the feds off his trail, Bizzle posted this disclaimer on his video:


The feds weren't buyin' it. Bizzle now faces up to 22 yrs in prison.

Tucker Carlson nailed it:

"If you wanna stay out of trouble in Gavin Newsom's CA, it's better to stick to selling cocaine. They'll never bother you."


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