It’s always a good day when a member of the Hip Hop community beats a bogus charge. Desiigner walked out of Manhattan Criminal Court Saturday after his felony gun charges were dropped.
His attorney, Adam Konta, said police never found a weapon in his white Cadillac Escalade.
“There’s nothing here,” Konta said. “There’s nothing recovered. There really is nothing here.
G Herbo celebrated his fellow 2016 XXL Freshman’s release on Twitter.
He wrote, “LOL I LOVE THIS PHOTO NO H— BIG BRO WALKED OUT THAT B***H LIKE ‘GLLLLDDDDDAAA BBAAABBABA FOENEMMM B*TCH.”
Desiigner, however, still faces misdemeanor drug charges.
Desiigner, 19, was especially happy to be vindicated of his gun charge as he stunted near a luxury BMW outside of the courthouse.
“N****s say I need to sell pills? We don’t gotta do that s**t no more,” he said. “…I’m back in the city. Y’all know what time it is.”
The charges were the result of an alleged road rage incident Thursday where Desiigner was accused of threatening a woman with a gun during an argument.
Desiigner’s 42-year-old driver Scott Siegel was hit with felony drug charges after police found OxyContin and anabolic steroids.
He was also charged with forgery for carrying two falsified active-duty firefighter plaques with him. His bail was set at $5,000.
Desiigner’s entourage of three friends, including Michael Davis, 19, Utrill Rhaburn, 23 and CJ McCoy, 21, were each charged with one count of misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.
Attorney Ian Niles, who represents the three young men, blasted the accusations against his clients.
“It’s dangerous to say that just because there were four black men in a car they had guns and drugs,” Niles said.