Michigan rapper Cliff Mack faces conspiracy to charge murder-for-hire for killing hit survivor

The Eastern District of Michigan Attorney’s Office has charged Flint rapper Cliff Mack with allegedly hiring a hitman to kill a woman.

The 31-year-old (real name Clifton E. Terry III) was formally charged Wednesday with conspiracy to commit manslaughter, resulting in personal injury, manslaughter for manslaughter that resulted in personal injury, and one Was accused of using a firearm during crime of violence, according to Eastern District of Michigan Attorney’s Office,

The indictment reads that the Michigan rapper arranged for 25-year-old Andre de Sims to pay $10,000 in cash for killing a woman in Sterling Heights.

Officials say Sims traveled from Grand Rapids to Flint on November 27, 2020, where he secured a vehicle, before driving to the victim’s home on November 28, 2020.

After leaving the house hours later, Sims reportedly fired seven to eight shots at the victim, who was hit multiple times.

Fortunately, she survived and managed to escape. Sims leaves the car at a nearby apartment complex and is picked up by Cliff Mack, who agrees to pay him $2,500 for the failed murder attempt.

The incident was caught on the security camera of the victim’s house, in which her mother was watching the shooting. Apparently, there were text messages between Mac and Sims with their cell phone locations, which set the case for prosecutors.

Cliff Mac faces a murder charge of up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.

He also faces a minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum life sentence for aiding and abetting the use and discharge of a firearm in the course of a violent crime.

Sims was convicted on March 16, 2022 for his role in the murder conspiracy, and was recently sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a 65-year-old woman.

Mack has also been charged with first-degree murder in a separate case for his alleged role in the August 17, 2021 murder of Devaro Davis.

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