NEW YORK (AP) - A hip-hop executive has pleaded guilty to attempted gun possession.
He pleaded guilty Monday to attempted weapons possession.
He was arrested in 2010 for driving through New York City with a gun loaded with hollow-point bullets.
He remains free pending his sentencing on Nov. 8.
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