“90 percent of my clothes; shoes, panties, socks, jackets, etc. He told me that if he can’t have me, nobody can.”
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jennings, currently out on bond, must refrain from coming in contact with Bounds or their two children.
Before launching his music career, Jennings began a 10-year prison sentence on a felony arson charge in 1992 at age 19. Shortly after his release, he made a name for himself by winning the amateur contest at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, and released his first album, Lyfe 268-192, in 2004.