Scarface Loses Election For Houston City Council In A Run-Off

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After more than six months of campaigning, Scarface’s pivot to politics is on hold—at least temporarily. The Rap legend, also known as Brad Jordan, announced in June that he planned to run for Houston City Council in District D.

This morning (December 15), following several runoffs, ‘Face lost to Carolyn Evans-Shabazz in the final tally, following Saturday’s ballots. According to KHou 11, ‘Face received 38% of the vote. The news station, who calls the candidate “Brad ‘Scarface’ Jordan,” says that all votes have been tallied.

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In recent weeks and months, Scarface said that he was putting rapping away for his pursuit in politics. He told Slim Thug’s podcast that his political agenda included reparations and police reform, among other policies.

In June, the Geto Boys member also suggested long-term plans to get to the White House. However, earlier this year, E-40 revealed that he and Scarface are planning a collaborative album following their first song together. Other collabo’ projects—including one with DJ Quik where Scarface plays guitar and Quik plays drums—have also said to be in the works.

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Scarface has not publicly responded to the results at press time.

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