An Arrest Warrant Has Been Issued for Tim Dog, Who May or May Not Be Dead

The plot thickens.

Earlier this month, we learned that rapper Tim Dog may have faked his own death. Yesterday, a Desoto County, Mississippi judge issued an arrest warrant on the "Fuck Compton" rapper.

In 2011, Tim Dog was convicted of cheating Southhaven resident Esther Pilgrim out of money after the two met on an online dating site.  Pilgrim says the rapper faked his own death in order to get out of paying the $32,000 dollars he scammed her out of and that he owes about $2 million to people he scammed all over the world.

“I believe he was so angry that he had to pay me back,” Pilgrim told WREG Memphis.

Prosecutor Steven Jubera, with the Desoto County DA's office, filed a petition yesterday to have Tim Dog's probation revoked and is now demanding proof of the rapper's death.

“I need a death certificate showing that’s he’s dead because as far as I’m concerned, he’s alive,” Jubera told WREG Memphis, and added that he would drop the warrant if Tim Dog’s family members can show proof of his death. 

Apparently, producer Cedric "Ced-Gee" Miller told WREG that he didn't think Tim Dog's funeral even happened after he refused to speak at the event after Tim Dog’s family could not produce a death certificate.

Watch the news report above.

[via WREG]

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