Rich Homie Quan’s Drug Case Dismissed After Two Years
The drug case against the rapper, Rich Homie Quan, has been dismissed. RHQ’s lawyer, Lucy Bell, says it was dismissed due to a lack of evidence. Bell further explains that the “tiny amount of marijuana” was in somebody else’s pocket and RHQ was wrongfully accused.
Rich Homie Quan and his crew were arrested back in May 2017 in Wadley, Georgia on suspicion of a stolen gun and drugs in a report by TMZ.
A few days later, the weapons charge was dropped but he was booked on felony possession of drugs with intent to distribute.
If convicted, he faced up to thirty years in prison, however, lucky for him, the case was officially dropped after the judge signed off.
Rich Homie Quan is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He was previously signed to independent label T.I.G. Entertainment and is currently with Motown Records.
In November of 2016, Quan sued former label, “Think Its A Game” for 2 million dollars because of unpaid royalties. The label countersued him for breach of contract. Both Quan and the label settled the issues outside of court.
On May 28, 2017, Quan was arrested with four others on felony drug charges after being stopped at a checkpoint on Highway 1 in Louisville, Georgia.
Police claimed to have recovered heroin, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and weapons from the vehicle. Quan was charged with felony drug possession with an intent to distribute.
He is, however, free now after two years.