President Donald Trump-hating rapper Daz Dillinger was indicted on two felony drug charges after his arrest in December in Georgia, TMZ reports.
Tha Dog Pound rapper was indicted after police reportedly found over an ounce of marijuana along with an unreported amount of liquid THC. The possession charges are both felonies and Dillinger could face up to 25 years in prison, according to the news outlet.
It could have been far worse. The California crooner was initially hit with 13 felony drug charges, but prosecutors dropped it down to just the two cited in his indictment.
Last year, Dillinger raised eyebrows and made headline when he called for gangsters to attack hip-hop star Kanye West over his support for President Donald Trump.
The rapper, who is Snoop Dogg’s cousin and collaborator on the 90’s era Dogg Pound hits, jumped to Instagram to threaten West’s life.
In his later deleted post, Dillinger claimed that he had called out the Crip street gang to gun for Kanye.
Los Angeles law enforcement officers eventually questioned Dillinger over the threats he made to West on Instagram.
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