CNBC is set to launch a new riveting documentary titled White Collar Convicts: Life On The Inside which will focus on the uncut look at CEOs and corporate detractors behind bars.
Money laundering and embezzling are just a few of the crimes committed, but the network will turn their cameras on rapper Ja Rule, who was reportedly incarcerated for illegal gun possession in 2013 and resided in the same unit as former Tyco CEO, Dennis Kozlowski. The Queens native described Kozlowski, who was convicted of pillaging nearly $100 million from the company, as a person who stuck to himself but for good reason.
“In prison people befriend you for the wrong reasons sometimes,” the “Caught Up” rapper said. “There’s a thing that we call in prison ‘friendly extortion.'”
The program is set to air Wednesday (April 29) at 10 p.m. but check out a sneak peek before it airs below.
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