Haitian-American rapper Pras Michel was raised outside Newark
NJ, rose to fame with the Fugees and had success as a solo artist with “Ghetto Supastar.”
But somehow, he also wound up an international man of mystery.
On Monday, the Grammy-winning Pras, 50, goes on trial in a Washington, DC, federal court as a key figure in a complex,
multi-billion dollar global finance and political influence conspiracy involving two foreign nationals
Jho Low, a flashy Malaysian billionaire with ties to China, and Guo Wengui,
the exiled Chinese billionaire who recently had a fire in his Manhattan apartment during an FBI raid.
Pras’ defense subpoenaed Presidents Obama and Trump, former New Jersey Gov