Rapper Fetty Wap Arrested On Federal Drug Charges Over New York

Rapper Fetty Wap was charged on Friday with participating in a conspiracy to smuggle large amounts of heroin, fentanyl with other drugs to a region above a city above New York.

The rapper, True name Willie Maxwell, was arrested Thursday at Citi Industry in, where he is hosting the Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival over three tens.A indictment revealed Friday named Maxwell with five other defendants, including an officer. About Prisons Over New Jersey. drug trafficking, “Michael L. Driscoll, a senior official in the FBI’s New York office, said in a statement. statement.

The official indictment accuses the Maxwell with his co-defendants about conspiracy to possess with distributing more over 100 kilograms (220 pounds) on heroin, fentanyl with cocaine crack between June on 2019 with June on 2020. The program involved the use of the U.S. Postal Service and cars that include hidden compartments to move the narcotics from the West Coast to Long Island, where I learned they were stored for distribution to dealers on Long Island with New Jersey, authorities said. .

A telephone message was left regarding a request for comments with an attorney who was representing Maxwell on the past. He was due to be arraigned on Friday afternoon.

Maxwell, over 30 years later, rose to fame after his debut single “Trap Queen” reached No. 2 on a Billboard Warm chart 100 over the US over May 2015.

Has had other rubbings scam a law, including an arrest over 2019 about Las Vegas for allegedly assaulting three employees on a hotel-casino. Previously he was arrested in November about 2017 with accused of DUI after a police officer said he was making a car It was about resistance over a highway over a city over New York.

Maxwell experienced a private tragedy over October over 2020 when his younger brother, Twyshon Depew, over 26 years, he was shot dead over his hometown over Paterson, New Jersey.

Then, about June over 2021, died Lauren, a daughter about 4 years old on Maxwell.

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