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Ghanaian social media commentator, Sam Safo popularly known and called Showboy has revealed that he is having his last school schedule in prison and he will be released in 2022.

This was revealed in a screenshot available to which was shared by the founder of 2HypeGang.

According to Showboy, he will come home in 2022. Explaining further, the “Bombo Yie” hitmaker stated that he is taking his last class, a school schedule in the U.S prison, and after that, his case will be closed for him to be freed.

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Showboy to be released from prison

Showboy was arrested for biting and stabbing Junior US

Former AMG member and social media sensation Showboy will serve six years in prison for stabbing and biting an acquaintance inside a Lawrenceville apartment during an attack that was filmed on an iPad.

Safo, 25, was convicted of aggravated battery for the July 2016 incident, which took place at the Wesley Herrington apartments in the United States (US), the Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office revealed.

The witness who recorded the altercation told police the men were arguing when Safo bit the victim in the face and stabbed him in the chest, armpit, and behind his ear.

Five days later, Safo called Gwinnett police to report that he was robbed at knifepoint, although he refused to meet with police, did not give them access to the crime scene, and failed to mention that he stabbed anyone, the release said.

He was arrested a month later in Maryland and extradited to Georgia to face charges here, records show. At trial, Safo testified that he feared for his life.

During questioning, however, he admitted inviting both men inside his apartment and acknowledged that neither of them had weapons, according to the DA’s release.

The jury was also presented with “multiple” social media posts in which Safo threatened to murder the victim for reporting him to the police, in the days preceding the trial.

Safo was convicted of aggravated battery but acquitted of aggravated assault. He was handed a 15-year sentence with six years to serve in custody.