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But one thing I am sure of is God gives and takes away in measure. His 2004 debut, Lyfe 268-192, went platinum, and he's known for hits like "S. X." and "Never Never Land." He released his latest LP, I Still Believe, in August, a project he dubbed his "final" album.In a press release for the album, Jennings explained that the title reflects his resilience despite his personal trials."I've lived a hundred lives in these 6 yrs so I not only won't, I don't have the right to complain.I would like to think that I've changed lives by changing my own, tho I can't be sure. Smile, it's contageous:)" Jennings was sentenced to 10 years for felony arson before gaining acclaim after his wins at the famed amateur night at New York's Apollo Theater.When he climbed up the stage for the "Amateurish Night", he was booed by the audience, but as soon as he strummed the guitar and delivered his purpose, the crowd went amazed.He scored five winnings at the gigs show and even received a standing ovation at one point."It's tragic; I think I have a horribly charmed life," Jennings said. It took 50 firefighters, 30 minutes to put the fire out. They had just left the studio when their vehicle was struck by a SUV that ran a red light.
Barely a month later he managed to secure a gig at "Showtime in Harlem" that took place in the prestigious Apollo Theater.
Jennings reportedly kicked in the door where he assumed Bounds was staying and fired shots into the house, according to CBS affiliate WGCL.
Police pursued Jennings in a high speed chase after he attempted to flee the scene, but he was eventually caught when he crashed his red 2005 Corvette, reports
Joy Bounds is terrified R&B singer Lyfe Jennings wants to hurt her and take their boys. Lyfe's ex and mother of their two sons claims he's tried brainwashing their boys against her and threatened her with violence.
Lyfe was arrested in 2008 and reportedly sentenced to prison for 3 years for kicking down the door of Joy's residence, firing shots, and leading police on a high-speed chase.I would like to think that I've changed lives by changing my own, tho I can't be sure. Smile, it's contageous:)" Jennings spent 10 years in prison for a 1992 arson conviction in Ohio.