Boston Rap Musician Chooses Jail
QUINCY, Mass. (AP) _ Given a choice between 30 days in jail or a year of counseling and anger management classes, a Boston rap musician chose jail.
Raymond ``Ray Dog″ Scott of the rap group Made Men was found guilty Thursday of disorderly conduct stemming from an incident in a Randolph night club.
Scott’s lawyer said his client chose jail because he wanted to get the ordeal over with, and because the one year of probation would have placed too many restrictions on him.
Made Men has been in the spotlight since the recent stabbing that left Boston Celtics star Paul Pierce hospitalized. Three men with ties to the group have been charged in the stabbing, but members of the group have denied any involvement.