Casanova pulled some strings from behind bars this week to make sure his longtime girlfriend and child’s mother, Swaggy Jazzy, had a great Valentine’s Day.

Despite not being able to celebrate with her in person, the “Don’t Run” rapper not only bought Jazzy a new car for the lovers holiday but gifted her with her own business as well.

“Being happy doesn’t mean everything’s perfect, it means you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections,” Casanova wrote with a video of the gifts on his Instagram account on Tuesday (February 14). “I hope that dont go over your head!…. New car, New Business @mint_mobile_auto_spa. Happy Valentine’s Day baby @swaggy.jazzy_2x.”

Along with a new Mercedes Benz filled with flowers, chocolate and balloons, the Brooklyn native gave Jazzy two branded trucks for her new mobile car wash business, Mint Mobile Auto Spa.


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In a post of her own, Jazzy thanked her man for the gifts.

“He got everything I want ain’t no need to F*ck wit these n*ggas!” Jazzy wrote. “I LOVEEEE YOUU!!! @bigcasanova_2x New car, New business! Follow our business page @mint_mobile_auto_spa it’s a mobile car wash we pulling up wherever you at.”

Casanova has been behind bars since December 2020 when he was named as one of 18 alleged Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation Gang members indicted in a sprawling drug conspiracy case. Despite maintaining his innocence, Cas pleaded guilty in federal court in May 2022 to two counts: racketeering conspiracy and narcotics conspiracy.

According to a report from Rolling Stone, the Roc Nation artist was moved to accept the prosecutors’ offer after someone basically snitched on him.

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Assistant U.S. Attorney David Felton revealed one “cooperator” told the Feds Casanova accidentally fired a gun at a poker game, while another witness told authorities they saw him receive “shipments of large quantities of marijuana.” As Felton explained, “Gorilla Stone members saw him and his rap career as a way to make money and increase their status among other Bloods sects.”

Fulton noted there was also social media evidence, including an Instagram post of Casanova standing next to a large amount of weed. Direct messages and other “intercepted communications” confirmed his Gorilla Stone affiliation.

In a recorded call from a New York state prison, one Gorilla Stone member told another Casanova always carried a gun. Felton said one gang member was worried his behavior “would potentially tarnish his rap career.”

He faces five to 60 years in prison if convicted.