sticky.jpgGun charges against former Onyx frontman Sticky Fingaz were dropped yesterday, according to a New York Daily News report. The rapper-turned-TV star caught a weapons possession charge back in October of 2005 when a maid at the Flatotel hotel in Manhattan found a 9mm pistol in the room he had just checked out of. Sticky, whose real name is Kirk Jones, turned himself in shortly thereafter and was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm. The charges were dropped because the prosecutors could not prove that the weapon was in fact his. The News quoted his attorney, Joesph Tacopina, as saying, “Cleary [the Manhattan District Attorney’s office] did the right thing, and there was a just result because that wasn’t his gun.”