Last Updated on March 31, 2023
Patriotic musician and Cozy.TV streamer Baked Alaska was released from Federal Correction Institute, Miami Friday after serving nearly two months for peacefully protesting in the United States Capitol during the January 6 election integrity protest. In an exclusive post-prison interview with NATIONAL FILE, Baked Alaska told us that “God is good” and he credited his Christian faith with getting him through the harrowing experience.
“It was terrible man they threw me in the hole for 16 days with nothing,” Baked Alaska told NATIONAL FILE. “An officer who does not like our side of the aisle called me a domestic terrorist POS, threw me against the wall, and put me in the “SHU” (special housing unit) as they call it. There’s a lot of corruption in FCI Miami and I’m going to be dropping more details soon.”
The “hole,” or the “SHU” at the FCI Miami Prison is basically hardcore solitary confinement, but with one other prisoner in the cell. Baked Alaska called it “dungeon-style torture” and “really sick stuff.”
“It’s solitary confinement but with a cellie. They take everything from you — no TV, no property, no radio, you can only shower 3 times a week, you can’t do commissary. You are locked down 24 hours a day. They escort you in handcuffs to even go to the shower. They enjoy torturing you in there. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done. The only way I made it through is God. My faith in The Bible,” Baked Alaska told NATIONAL FILE.
Baked Alaska said that when he was in the hole he did not get to make a single phone call to his lawyer or to his parents, and “they were worried sick about me.” Baked said that he was able to get a copy of The Bible, which got him through the experience. He also procured a Game of Thrones book, but “other than that it’s extremely tough mentally.”
“God is good,” Baked Alaska said. The famed musician confirmed that there are gangs in the Miami federal prison, but he got along with many of his fellow prisoners.
“It’s crazy, but a lot of the inmates were really cool. A lot of them liked Trump and were very sympathetic to the January 6 people,” Baked Alaska said.
Baked Alaska said that he is still fighting some other legal battles, but once he gets through them then he will make his triumphant return. “Then I’ll be making my big comeback to streaming,” Baked Alaska said.
“Trump got indicted, Ricky Vaughn got a guilty verdict today. That’s what the government does, if you’re a Trump supporter or a patriot, and they don’t like your politics. They try to destroy you. They’re doing it to Trump, to Steve Bannon, Ricky Vaughn. I shouldn’t have been doing time in federal prison for a non-violent misdemeanor.”
“There are people out to get me, and to twist anything I say. I just have to keep fighting these legal issues so I can put them in the past and move forward. I’m very excited and optimistic about 2024.”
Baked Alaska, aka Yoba, is a free man in America again. And he’s vowing to make a comeback. His fans will be eagerly anticipating what he creates next.
J6 PRISONER BAKED ALASKA ARRIVES AT FCI MIAMI TO SERVE 60 DAYS IN FEDERAL PRISON FOR FILMING IN THE CAPITOL – A NONVIOLENT MISDEMEANOR . LOVE U GUYS!!!!! pic.twitter.com/D7ZjpcnWLg
— Baked Alaska (@bakedalaska) February 6, 2023