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Chicago rapper Lil Durk is potentially facing years behind bars in Georgia after a judge in Atlanta found probable cause to charge him with criminal intent to commit murder amongst other charges.

The charges stem from a February 5 incident where Durk and others were allegedly invoved in a shooting outside The Varsity in downtown Atlanta. A detective working the case says the rapper is seen on video shooting a man near the restauraunt while he was driving.

Durk turned himself in earlier this month as he and a co-defenat were facing attempted murder charges along with charges of possession of a firearm by a felon, aggravated assault and more. An aggravated assault with intent to murder charge can result in Durk serving up to 20 years in the state of Georgia. Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon is punishable by five years in prison.

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