Bun B broke down in tears as he testified against the armed robber who terrorized his wife, Angela ‘Queenie’ Walls, during a home invasion five years ago.

On Thursday, June 6, in a Houston courtroom, the UGK legend recounted the harrowing night in April 2019 that has left lasting impacts on their lives. Bun B’s testimony came during the sentencing hearing for Demonte Jackson, who had already pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery.

Bun B described the lasting trauma the incident has caused his wife. He said, ‘This was an entirely new traumatizing incident. This is something we still deal with to this day. There are times when she gets closed off. She can’t communicate, and I just get so angry all over again because she didn’t deserve this. She didn’t ask for this,’ he added, visibly holding back tears.

He narrated the sequence of the night, explaining how his wife, thinking it was a delivery driver, opened their door to a masked gunman. Bun B was on a different floor when he heard the commotion and quickly grabbed his gun. Despite his wife’s pleas, ‘Don’t come downstairs. He’s going to kill me,’ the situation quickly escalated.

Jackson had moved to the garage and was attempting to get into their car when Bun B fired several shots, hitting Jackson in the shoulder. They exchanged more gunfire and engaged in a physical struggle on the garage floor before Jackson managed to flee. Bun B chased him down, wanting to unmask the perpetrator, ‘I wanted to know who that was behind the mask. I wanted to know if this was someone I knew personally or someone that knew someone I knew personally. Just the idea of seeing my wife in this state, I wanted to know who had done this to her.’

Bun B also revealed that his wife was so traumatized she never returned to their home after leaving the following day.

Following his emotional testimony, Bun B took to Instagram to defend his decision to testify. He pointed out that since Jackson had already pled guilty, this was merely the sentencing phase. ‘Not like I owe an explanation, but he had already pled out. This was sentencing. But speak ya minds lol,’ he wrote. He also noted on Instagram Live that Jackson’s legal team was ‘trying to get some sympathy’ regarding the sentencing, prompting him to speak out in defense of his wife.

Sentencing for Demonte Jackson is set to continue on Friday, June 7. Bun B’s emotional testimony highlights the lasting impact of the traumatic event on him and his wife.

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