Skull Duggery formerly of No Limit Records has passed away. In more recent times Skull Duggery had been sentenced to 6 years in prison for possession of child pornography. In 2009, while carrying out a warrant issued on suspicions of drugs and weapons possession at the home of Skull Duggery, police found images that are described as portraying “rape and sexual abuse of children,” on Skull Duggery’s computer.

They also recovered several weapons and marijuana. Skull Duggery plead guilty to the charges and received sentencing of 6 years, though he was facing up to 20 years. Duggery’s sentence carried no possibility for parole, probation, or sentence suspension. He had previously been convicted of drug violations and “indecent behavior with a juvenile.”

Skull Duggery cause of death

Skull Duggery’s cause of death has not been stated.

Who was Skull Duggery?

Andrew Jordan, better known by his stage name Skull Duggery, was an American rapper best known for his time in the late 1990s with Master P’s No Limit Records.

Skull Duggery initially appeared on No Limit’s Down South Hustlers: Bouncin’ and Swingin’ collection in 1995, on the song “Darkside.” A year later, Master P published a trailer for Duggery’s debut album on Silkk the Shocker’s first album The Shocker, promoting the album and announcing the release date for September 24, 1996, but the release was pushed back a week. Skull Duggery released Hoodlum Fo’ Life under the alias Skull Dugrey on October 1, 1996, but the album failed to chart, reaching just #29 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #8 on the Top Heatseekers. His subsequent album, These Wicked Streets, charted at #21 on the Billboard 200 and #4 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums list in 1998.

Skull Duggery released 3rd Ward Stepper in 2000 and Controversy in 2003 after departing No Limit in 1999.

Skull duggery arrest

Skull Duggery was arrested on September 25, 2009, after police raided his Baton Rouge home. During the execution of a search warrant, authorities discovered numerous violent child pornography movies on his computer. A.223 caliber rifle, a.40 caliber handgun, and marijuana were also discovered. He was condemned to 6 years in jail on April 11, 2011.

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