Con artist Tim Dog raps from the grave

Esther Pilgrim invested $32,000 with rapper Tim Dog — but the investment was a scam. She won a court judgment against him, and Tim Dog was paying the minimum —$100 — until he suddenly died on Feb. 14, 2013. Except now he’s recorded a new song.

Rapper may admit death hoax in new song’s lyrics, on WREG.com.

The story was the subject of an episode of Dateline. See Lovefraud’s previous story:

Tim Blair, aka rapper Tim Dog, exposed by women who “invested” in his business schemes

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  1. ShockedBeyondWords says:

    What a slimeball. I hope the cops find him and put him in jail. Maybe he should stay there until he really dies. He obviously doesn’t know how to do anything but con people.

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