Did Rapper Ralo Really Use Private Jets To Smuggle Millions In Drugs

Ralo's Manager Speaks on Rapper Being Targeted Over Lyrics & Instagram Posts
Ralo will have to answer to the feds over claims he is a gang leader and pot dealer on another level.

Atlanta rapper Ralo was recently released from prison, but his legal troubles are far from over.

Cops have booked Ralo on a felony count of Conspiracy to Distribute Marijuana after the rap star allegedly tried to smuggle $1 million worth of the drug on a private plane.

Last night, (April 18), apartment investigators claim is linked to the rap star was raided by the FBI and the ATF in Atlanta. “It’s an ongoing investigation so I can’t comment beyond what’s on the complaint. We have several individuals who were arrested based on state charges but, as you know, that there’s a federal complaint filed so we’ll be seeking additional evidence,” U.S. District Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak said.

Police had been monitoring Ralo’s activities for months, and they finally hit paydirt in December of 2017, when they seized over 520 pounds of marijuana worth $1 million, from a vehicle near the Fulton County Airport.

Prosecutors also claim Ralo was involved in another shipment that came in via a private plane to the Fulton County Airport on April 15, where over 444 pounds of weed worth $840,000 was eventually discovered.

Police accuse Ralo of being a major drug distributor who leads a gang called Famerica.

Ralo’s attorney said his client will plead not guilty to all of the charges.

April 15 at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport that suggest Ralo was on an aircraft with about 444 pounds of marijuana.

Back in February, Ralo posted an image of himself and his tour bus surrounded by dozens of police officers.

DeRon Beasley is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of FreshAsFrankie.com. After starting out as a musician-producer he went on to study the music business and work in Urban Promotions, followed by artist management. Mr. Beasley entrepreneurial spirit has led him to launch numerous businesses in music and fashion marketing. He’s a huge fan of the ’80s and ’90s Hip Hop and R&B, and he’s a firm believer that Hip Hop Music will never die.

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