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Yella Beezy has been arrested for the second time in six months, according to reports.
According to TMZ, the rapper was arrested on Wednesday for possessing a dangerous narcotic and unlawfully carrying a weapon.
Markies Deandre Conway, better known by his stage name Yella Beezy, is a Dallas, Texas-based rapper.
His singles “That’s On Me,” “Bacc at It Again,” “Up One,” and “Goin Through Some Thangs” are among his most well-known.
He is 29 years old.
Why was Yella Beezy Arrested?
The firearms charge is a misdemeanor, whereas the narcotics charge is a felony. The arrest happened just hours after Beezy shared a photo on social media that appeared to show cops inspecting a car.
Yella Beezy is in police custody in Texas, where he’s been arrested on weapon and drug charges.
“The rapper was busted Wednesday for possession of a controlled substance and unlawful carrying of a weapon according to records.” pic.twitter.com/AzxDQZ0JlP
— MUSICXCLUSIVES (@MusicXclusives) August 11, 2021
Cops were seen digging into the trunk and passenger door of an SUV that had been parked on the side of the road.
“They stay fwm,” an abbreviation for “f**king with me,” was the caption on the video. At the time the video was captured, the cops’ blue and red lights were flashing. It comes barely six months after Beezy was arrested in Dallas on weapon charges. The artist, on the other hand, said he was duped.
Beezy shared a video on social media four weeks ago showing many firearms and automatic rifles.
Yella Beezy was shot three times while driving through Lewisville, Texas, according to the Dallas Morning News in October 2018. More than a dozen rounds were fired at his vehicle, according to police. Yella Beezy was stopped by police in Dallas in February for allegedly blowing a stop sign in his armored bulletproof truck. He was arrested for unlawful possession of a weapon after a search of his vehicle.
Yella Beezy said the event was staged and that he had been harassed by authorities.