Brace yourself for impact. The winter blues you have been experiencing since Gabourey Sidibe declined your cuffing season advances are about to take a turn for the worse. The trap’s guardian angel, Maybach Music Group rapper Gunplay, proved that he really is about that life by surrendering himself to the Miami-Dade Police Department today on an open arrest warrant for armed robbery with a firearm.
According to the arrest warrant the 33-year-old rapper, whose real name is Richard Morales, and co-defendant Randy Jones robbed a man at a Miami tax business on Friday, April 13. Where is Phaedra Parks or Maxine Shaw, attorney at law?
The warrant filed May 18 states that the partners in crime stole a gold chain and cell phone, with Gunplay striking the victim several times in the head, and later threatening the man with his handgun, causing him to run for his life.
Mr. 106 & Snort also faces a second charge of aggravated assault with a firearm, according to online Miami-Dade Corrections records. He will be held without bond, and will appear in court Thursday, his attorney Mike Grieco said.
Gunplay was advised to turn himself in by Greico after his highly publicized brawl with 50 Cent’s G-Unit entourage behind the scenes at the BET Hip Hop Awards earlier this month.
If convicted he could face life in prison, Grieco said.
“We look forward to resolving the matter in court, and I do have confidence that we’ll be able to get him out sometime soon and get him back to flourishing in his career,” he said.
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