Carlos Coy Dead: Did SPM Die In Prison? Released Date Revealed

Carlos Coy Dead: Did SPM Die In Prison? Released Date Revealed


Is it true the rapper Carlos Coy aka SPM died in prison? He was serving a 45-year prison sentence for sexually assaulting a 9-year-old kid in 2001.

Carlos Coy is most well-known for his stage name SPM was a rapper, composer, and the founder of Dope House Records from Texas. He was also a convicted sex offender.

He got his stage name from the South Park neighborhood of Houston, Texas, where he grew up. ‘You Know My Name’ and ‘High So High’ are two of his hits.

Carlos Coy AKA SPM Died: Did He Die In Prison? 

Carlos Coy, the rapper, did die in prison. He was found guilty of aggravated sexual assault of a 9-year-old child in 2001 and sentenced to 45 years in prison.

While serving a jail sentence, he was discovered dead in his dorm at the Ramsey Unit in Rosharon, Texas.

Carlos Coy AKA SPM Release Date 

Despite the fact, that Carlos is due for parole in 2024, he is scheduled to be released on April 8, 2047.

Know About Carlos Coy AKA SPM Wife & Family Details 

Carlos Coy aka SPM’s wife is Gina Acosta. There is no information about the date on which they got married. But, the couple has been blessed with three children Carley Coy, Jordan Dominique Odom, and Carlos Coy.

Speaking of his other family members, his father Arturo is a former Marine from Falfurrias, Texas. Though there is not much information regarding his mother, we do know she dropped out of school in order to marry Arturo, his father.

Their marriage, however, did not work out as planned, and they divorced three years after Carlos’ birth. He has two siblings sister Sylvia and brother Arthur with whom he grew up with. 

Carlos Coy AKA SPM Age & Bio 

The rapper Carlos Coy was 51 years old born on the 5th of October in 1970 in Houston. 

Before enrolling in the music magnet program at Welch Middle School, he attended a variety of primary schools. In 1987, he was a ninth-grader at Milby High School when he was expelled.

SPM later got his GED and enrolled in San Jacinto Junior College to pursue a business associate’s degree, but he failed all of his classes.

Following his failure, he subsequently worked for minimal money at a chemical business but ended up losing his job. After, SPM went door-to-door selling perfume and continuing to sell crack cocaine.