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Fetty Wap Sentenced to Six Years on Drug Charges

Fetty Wap Sentenced to Six Years on Drug Charges

Fetty Wap Sentenced to Six Years on Drug Charges.Willie Junior Maxwell II, was arrested in 2019 for his involvement in a drug trafficking ring in New Jersey. After pleading guilty to the charges, he has been sentenced to a six-year prison term.

What Really Happened To Fetty?

Fetty Wap Sentenced to Six Years on Drug Charges.

Wap was caught in a drug bust operation in Patterson, New Jersey.

The police had raided a residence that was allegedly used for drug distribution.

There they found a large number of narcotics.

He was among those arrested, along with 16 other suspects, as stated by TMZ.

After the arrest, the rapper was charged with drug possession and intent to distribute.

He had pleaded guilty to the charges in stemming from an arrest in 2021.

Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Fetty Wap.

At the time of his arrest FBI confiscated 100 kilos of heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, and crack.

It was said the drugs were worth over $1.5 million in cash.

In addition, Fetty Wap had fentanyl pills, 9mm handguns, a rifle, .45 caliber pistol and .40 caliber gun.

He was arraigned and given a bond of $500,000 in November 2021.

According to ABC News, the rapper plead guilty to conspiring to distribute, possess controlled substances.

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A Look at the Charges and Convictions Against Fetty Wap

Fetty Wap was charged with several drug offenses, including first-degree distribution of a controlled dangerous substance.

Also, he was hit with second-degree money laundering.

Finally, Fetty Wap was charged with third-degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Unfortunately, Fetty Wap had a history of run-ins with the law.

This time, he will do some considerable time behind bars.

His legal troubles have had a significant impact on his career.

With the rapper facing criticism and losing endorsement deals.

Now, Fetty Wap faces the consequences of his actions.

It remains to be seen how this will impact his career and public image.

Nonetheless, Fetty Wap will be able to resume his career.

That is, whenever he is released.

Having said this, after Fetty Wap serves his sentence he will have post-release supervision.

There you have it.

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