Trouble Prepares to Turn Himself in to Police
XXL has confirmed Trouble was booked into the DeKalb County Jail today at 1:08 p.m. EST.
He has been charged with four crimes, 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.
It seems as if Trouble is living up to his name yet again. From the looks of the Atlanta rapper's last post on Instagram, he will be turning himself into prison today (Nov. 27), and he may not be released until some time next year.
Trouble, 30, revealed the news in an Instagram post on Sunday (Nov. 26), sharing a video of himself rapping along to Boosie BadAzz and Z-Ro's somber track "Go Away." "This Been like the Best year of my life #OnLord ainnn lyin!," Trouble writes 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."
Though information is scarce, the "You Ain't Gang" rhymer explained he will be turning himself in today to finish this chapter of his life. "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 ends the caption. "To my fans friends and family i love yall. ErBody move smooth out dis Bitch dawg! I’ll see yall next year!"
Despite this sudden news, Trouble has appeared to stay out of trouble for the better part of 2017. With his street-certified mixtape 16 and a slew of singles with everyone from Young Dolph to Lil Yachty, it's not surprising he's had an amazing year. A few weeks back, news broke that he was cast in Birds of a Feather 2 with Zaytoven and Kash Doll, set to release in 2018.
Last year, Trouble was arrested and charged with multiple misdemeanor and felony charges. His charges included firearm possession, drug trafficking and possession of steroids.
XXL has reached out to the Atlanta Police Department and Trouble's team for more information.
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