Ninjaman has reportedly volunteered to work with inmates with a troubled past during the course of his prison sentence.
The veteran deejay who was in December sentenced to life in prison for the 2009 murder of Ricardo “Ricky Trooper” Johnson has decided to use his time to help mentor fellow inmates with a troubled past to live a positive life.
The news comes as further testament of the positive descriptions of the entertainer by fans and fellow artists alike who claim the deejay was always willing to extend a helping hand towards others.
Despite serving a mandatory 25 years before being eligible for parole sources say the deejay continues to remain upbeat and has maintained positive outlook on life.
According to his reps, although many fans may feel saddened the deejay’s heavy prison sentence, of the fact he may never walk a free man again, they can be sure he will play his part in positively affecting the lives of many young inmates who will ultimately rejoin society.