Offset may be looking at some serious time behind bars when he heads back to court next month. The Migos rapper was pulled over in Atlanta for ‘illegally tinted windows’ in July 2018. After searching the vehicle, cops found a gun and marijuana.
The felony charge of gun possession is due to the rapper having a prior gun conviction.
“Focusing on the felony gun possession charge, the simplest scenario is that, if Offset is indeed a convicted felon, and if he did receive, transport or possess a weapon, and if this is his first time doing so as a convicted felon, he could face a one to 10 year sentence that may or may not include time in prison. The two other charges, including possession of marijuana, carry a one-year sentence.”