Arkansas Artist Bankroll Freddie Found Guilty in Drug Trafficking Case

Arkansas Artist Bankroll Freddie Found Guilty in Drug Trafficking Case

Bankroll Freddie, an Arkansas rapper, has been convicted guilty of various offenses coming from his 2022 arrest on federal drug and firearms charges.

According to CBS affiliate THV-11, the Quality Control artist, real name Freddie Gladney III, was found guilty of one count of marijuana possession and distribution, one count of possession and distribution of a controlled substance, one count of firearm possession in furtherance of drug trafficking, and one count of using a communications facility to further drug trafficking crimes.

The decision was made earlier this month by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Though Bankroll Freddie’s sentence status has yet to be determined, it is worth mentioning that several other accusations against the Arkansas native have been withdrawn.

The news comes nearly two years after Bankroll Freddie was jailed as part of a federal drug bust. Freddie was charged as part of a 61-count indictment against the Loady Murder Mobb Every Body Killas (EBK) gang, with whom police believe he is affiliated.

Officials stated that the EBK gang members “voluntarily and intentionally conspired” to distribute cocaine, crack cocaine, meth, and marijuana.

Freddie’s conviction comes after a long break for the Quebec rapper, who hasn’t released a full-length project since 2022. Following the release of his studio debut Big Bank in 2021, Freddie returned in July 2022 with his mixtape From Rap to Trap 2.

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