Last night (Nov. 26), fans of Atlanta rapper Trouble received some alarming news after he admitted he would be turning himself in to law enforcement authorities today. XXL has confirmed the "Brick" rhymer is in police custody at the DeKalb County Jail in Georgia now, and has been detained on four separate drug charges.

Trouble was booked at the DeKalb County Jail at 1:08 p.m. EST today (Nov. 27). DeKalb County Sheriff Office records show he was hit with charges including possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance with intent to distribute, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of a schedule II controlled substance and possession of a schedule IV controlled substance.

In the Instagram post leading up to his voluntary return to jail, Trouble shared a video of himself listening to Boosie BadAzz and Z-Ro's somber track "Go Away." "This Been like the Best year of my life #OnLord ainnn lyin!," the rhymer wrote in the caption. "So i guess its only right it ends with a lil chaos!. I foreva have and will Be responsiBle for anythang i commit myself to! You gotta take these Losses the same way you do when you Win!!.. SpeedBallin, i lost my freedom again, But never my faith."

"For those who don’t know But do care, i’ll Be turning myself in in the morning to finish this chapter off Back Behind the G-Wall, unfortunately!!" he continued. "To my fans friends and family i love yall. ErBody move smooth out dis Bitch dawg! I’ll see yall next year!"

Last year, the rhymer found himself behind bars when he was arrested and charged with multiple misdemeanor and felony charges. His charges included firearm possession, drug trafficking and possession of steroids.

As of press time, Trouble's release date remains uncertain. XXL has reached out to the rapper's team for further details.

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