American rapper Taurus Tremani Bartlett aka Polo G was taken into custody on gun-related charges on Wednesday.

This was after a maid at a Manhattan hotel discovered a loaded black Glock on a couch inside Polo G's room

The police carried out a search warrant at The Dominick Hotel on Spring Street in SoHo. 

The 25-year-old California-based rapper was accused of owning a loaded gun and criminally possessing a weapon, the New York Post reported.

According to the lawsuit, the gun had nine bullets in the magazine and one in the chamber.

Stacey Richman, Polo G's attorney, requested bail and argued that he is completely dedicated to his job and professionalism.

“He has absolutely no incentive to flee because he has a career he’s built.”

However, the prosecution cited Polo G's past run-ins with the law, including a misdemeanor conviction, and claimed that Polo G posed a flight risk.

Polo G, who is known for his troublesome past, in 2019, overdosed on drugs at a party and ended up in the hospital in critical condition.

Fortunately, Polo survived, but his friend and fellow rapper Juice Wrld lost his life.

Last year in August, he was detained twice in 24 hours in Los Angeles on allegations of kidnapping, robbery, and assault.

Judge Kevin McGrath slammed the rapper with $25,000 cash bail.

He is from Chicago who rose to fame with hits like "Pop Out" featuring Lil Tjay and "Finer Things."

His debut album, "Die A Legend," released in 2019, was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America and peaked at No. 6 on the US Billboard 200.

Polo G's fourth album, "Hood Poet," was postponed due to his arrest in August 2023, but is expected to be released later this year.

His next court hearing is scheduled for June 4, and he is allowed to appear virtually.