Fetty Wap could go to prison for 5 years

The rapper has had a troubled history with the law

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American rapper Willie Junior Maxwell II, popularly known as  Fetty Wap is currently facing prison time after pleading guilty to a drug charge in the US.

He admitted to being part of a Long Island-based network that ferried more than 100kg of drugs including cocaine between US states.

The charge against the 31-year-old rapper, whose real name is Willie Junior Maxwell II, carries a mandatory five-year sentence.


He is currently in jail for breaking his bail conditions after being accused of threatening to kill a man.

The Trap Queen rapper who pleaded guilty to distributing and possessing cocaine, was first arrested at a stadium in New York in October 2021.

He was detained last year alongside five other members of the alleged trafficking ring


They are accused of transporting, distributing, and selling more than 100kg (220lbs) of cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, and crack cocaine across state lines between June 2019 and June 2020.

The rapper's plea deal allows him to avoid a jury trial and a potential life sentence. He remains in custody to await sentencing.

A few weeks ago he was accused of flashing a gun and yelling "Imma kill you and everybody you with" during a FaceTime call in December 2021.

Prosecutors say it happened about two months after his arrest on the drugs case.

Under his bail terms, he had agreed not to violate any laws or possess a gun or other weapon.

This is not the first time that he has been in trouble with the law. Back in 2019, he was allegedly accused of harassing employees at the Hotel Casino.

In 2017, the rapper was arrested for drag racing past the New York City highway. 

Fetty Wap's debut single Trap Queen reached number two in the US in 2015.

It was also a Top 10 hit in the UK that year and was nominated for two Grammy Awards.

Fetty was a popular artist back in 2015 who was releasing the best trap music at the time.