As the official release date for Jeezy's new album, Seen It All, inches closer, the Snowman finds himself in more and more trouble. While out in Cali for the "Under The Influence Of Music" tour, Jeezy's tour bus was raided by police and the "Trap Or Die" MC was one of six men arrested for alleged possession an assault rifle.

Initially thought to be connected to the shooting death of Eric Johnson backstage at the previous night's "UTIOM" tour stop, it was later revealed that Jeezy is not a suspect in the shooting but is being held on $1 million bail. Legal analyst Steven Clark told The Mercury News that, “If they didn’t think [Jeezy] had significant knowledge about the homicide, I can’t imagine why he’d have a million-dollar bail." According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Jeezy was packing a "military-style AK-47" and was arrested along with the five other men on the tour bus because no one copped to owning the assault rifle.

Two members of Jeezy's entourage are already convicted felons and received 2 additional charges.

Seen It All is still scheduled for a September 2 release and the album can be streamed here.