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Here's an Update on Tay-K's Capital Murder Trial


Update: Tay-K has been found guilty of murder and robbery, according to NBC’s Dallas–Fort Worth affiliate reports in connection to a 2016 home invasion he was involved in. He was sentenced to 30 years in prison along with 13 years in prison for two remaining aggravated robbery counts to which he pleaded guilty. 

Rapper Tay-K 47 (real name: Taymor McIntyre), who's best known for his hit "The Race" — a track that deals with being on the lam from the law, which he wrote while literally running away from the law — is being held at the Tarrant County Lon Evans Correction Center in Fort Worth, Tex.

He's currently on trial for capital murder (as of July 16, 2019) for a 2016 home invasion that left the father of a young child dead.

Here's everything you need to know about the murder Tay-K is connected to, plus how much time he's facing behind bars and whether he's on suicide watch.