On April 15 rapper Ralo was arrested at a Georgia airport after authorities found over 400 pounds of marijuana being transported. Three days later (April 18) FBI and ATF raided Ralo’s apartment complex in Atlanta.
On Tuesday (April 24), the Atlanta native was denied bond and accused of running a cross-country drug operation, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Police allege that Ralo ran drugs from his apartment complex in The Bluff section of Atlanta. Along with the rapper, eight of his associates are also named in the criminal complaint.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, that the rapper born Terrell Davis and his friends boarded a Dec. 18 chartered jet from the Fulton County Airport to Sacramento, Calif. Four days later, the group returned to the Fulton airport, where federal and local surveillance teams saw Davis and the other passengers transfer 37 packages wrapped in white holiday paper from the jet to an Econoline van, which was registered to Davis’ southwest Atlanta address.
During his hearing, Ralo’s attorney told the court the rapper is an accomplished performer with five children, WSB-TV reports. Ralo also had the support of fans outside the courthouse, who held up signs asking that he be given a bond. “We are just standing here for our brother, hoping he get a bond, praying he get a bond,” said Kayla Freeman.
In related news, Ralo released a mixtape dubbed, Can’t Stop Shit. The 12-song project is featureless. Back in March, the Ralo released the third installment of his Diary of the Streets series.
Stream Can’t Stop Shit below.