Recently, news broke out that Pop Smoke was arrested for allegedly trying to transport a stolen 2019 Rolls-Royce Wraith from California to New York.
Now reports have surfaced noting the rapper pleaded not guilty during a hearing, and that his next court date will be taking place on February 3. Along with that, it was reported that the rapper was released on a $250,000 bond by putting up their parent’s home in Brooklyn. Magistrate Judge Ramon Reyes Junior allowed Pop Smoke out of jail in exchange for the pricey bond.
Furthermore, the rapper’s name also led prosecutors to assume that he was a serious flight risk. Fans of the rapper know that Pop Smoke is supposed to mean, “to leave.” If convicted of the charges, the rapper will face 10 years in prison.
Earlier this month, Pop Smoke followed up his Travis Scott and JackBoys collab with the release of his new video for “Christopher Walking,” directed by Brennan Rowe. He’s set to release his Meet the Woo 2 project later this year.