Chief Keef is officially out that jam after he was released from a Sioux Falls, South Dakota jail on Tuesday, June 13.
Sosa appeared in a Sioux Falls courtroom where he pleaded not guilty to felony and misdemeanor drug charges, KDLT reports. A judge set Sosa’s bail at $2,000.
Sosa also signed an extradition waiver because his home is out of state, the Argus Leader reports.
Sosa has a preliminary hearing set on June 28.
Keef was arrested after police found marijuana in his carry-on bag at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport the morning of Monday, June 12, the Associated Press reports. The drugs included edibles and marijuana blunts, KSFY reports.
Sosa was then charged with possession of drug paraphernalia of marijuana and possession of between two ounces and a half-pound marijuana, the Argus Leader reports.
The Glo Gang frontman reportedly performed Sunday at an anti-bullying celebrity basketball event at the University of Sioux Falls.
This is Sosa’s second arrest for marijuana possession this year.
In April, Sosa was charged with driving under the influence after Miami Beach
Police allegedly found marijuana in his vehicle.
Sosa was driving a green Lamborghini when Tadoe allegedly exited the vehicle and made an exchange with a driver behind them.
Sosa was filmed being placed into handcuffs.
“You ain’t gon get me for s**t,” Sosa can be heard saying.
The fan who filmed the incident, said, “Free my dad.”
Keef currently has a warrant out for his arrest because he decided to skip his court appearance for the DUI and marijuana possession charges.
TMZ caught up with Sosa in Los Angeles to get his thoughts Miami police issuing an arrest warrant for his arrest.
“Tell em come get me,” Sosa said.
Sosa told TMZ he isn’t worried because it’s just a DUI.
Sosa proved he wasn’t worried after making his way to the Rolling Loud Festival at Bayfront Park in Miami to perform.
Sosa got in trouble in March 2014 for driving under the influence of marijuana in Highland Park, IL.
Police reportedly stopped Sosa for driving his 2010 Jeep Cherokee with expired tags. Police smelled marijuana upon approaching the “Hate Being Sober” rapper’s vehicle.
Sosa reportedly failed a sobriety test and was later placed under arrest for DUI, driving on a suspended license and no proof of insurance, TMZ reports.
This is Sosa’s third charge in three months.
Sosa and Tadoe were arrested in January for their alleged roles in a home invasion robbery. The case is ongoing.
Sosa and Tadoe were released on $500,000 and $250,000 bails, respectively.
Tadoe took to IG upon his release, writing, “It’s da Kidd again never smoke da kid again meet us in New Orleans 2ma it’s bussin let’s get ittttt!!!
Sosa has proclaimed his innocence amid Ramsay’s damaging claims.
“I ain’t do nothing,” Sosa said in the comment section of ManeMane4CGG’s IG Live video.
Sosa’s accuser Ramsay Tha Great rejoiced after hearing news of his home invasion arrest.
“It’s real sad to see my black community condone home invasion, armed robbery with a deadly assault hitting me in the face with an AK-47,” Ramsay said. “It’s crazy y’all condone that. And now that he’s locked up cause he chose to make that stupid decision, come in my house and do that, I’m the bad guy for putting him in jail? He chose to do that to me. Y’all generation is f*****d up. I told y’all this was gon happen, but y’all said I was lying. It’ s Chief Keef fault. …This ain’t Grand Theft auto. He been playing to much of that. It’s real life. He can’t do that.”
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