Shiva becomes a father and writes a letter to his son from prison


Shiva becomes a father and writes a letter to his son from prison

As we know, Shiva has been in prison since October 26 on charges of attempted murder for shooting two people who attempted to attack him.

The rapper remains in prison, although his lawyers asked for house arrest pending trial, the Court denied them and opted for preventive detention.

On November 25, Shiva became a father and wrote a letter to his son from prison which was published on his Instagram profile.

As always, there is a lot of solidarity towards Shiva from the rap scene, but in the comments there are those who argue that it is right that the rapper was not allowed to attend the birth of his son.

Today is the best day of my life but at the same time the saddest. My son was born but I was not allowed to be present at his birth. Until the end I hoped to be there but things didn’t go as planned – in fact the trapper wrote in the letter, handwritten in capital letters on a white sheet and dated November 25th -. I found out about your birth from the fireworks they made for you thus knowing that today November 25, 2023 has become the most important day of my life and in the midst of all this chaos you are my blessing. I already love you madly and can’t wait to see you as soon as I get permission. This is the worst sentence and the worst lesson I could have received – concluded Shiva in his letter -. I will never forgive myself for this absence but it will be one more reason to make up for it with all the love I have“.


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