Rapper Fetty Wap arrested over threatening Facetime call: feds

Rapper Fetty Wap was arrested in New Jersey for allegedly threatening to kill somebody and flashing a gun on a Facetime name, federal authorities mentioned Monday.

The hip-hop star, actual identify William Maxwell, was out on a $500,000 personal recognizance bond after his arrest in October 2021 for allegedly working with a crew of 5 different folks to traffic more than 100 kilograms of drugs on Lengthy Island. 

He pleaded not responsible after his arrest within the sprawling drug-trafficking case.

Prosecutors from the Jap District of New York mentioned the rapper violated the circumstances of his launch with the threatening video name on Dec. 11, 2021, resulting in his arrest.

The “Entice Queen” rapper rang up a person recognized solely as John Doe, referred to as him a “rat” and repeatedly threatened his life, based on an affidavit filed in his case Monday. 

“Imma kill you and all people you with,” the Paterson, NJ, native mentioned, based on the courtroom paperwork. He then repeated: “I’m gonna kill you.”

“This was a direct violation of each state legislation and the situation of his launch,” an FBI agent wrote within the affidavit. 

Fetty Wap is scheduled to look at a listening to in Central Islip federal courtroom Monday afternoon, the place prosecutors are anticipated to request he be locked up pending trial.

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