Fetty Wap was arrested for beating on a Valet parking attendant while enjoying his alone time in Vegas!
Fetty Wap made one song and disappeared; it seems the trap artist is searching for another career, beating on valet parking attendant. Fetty was arrested in Vegas after going ‘HAM’ on a valet attendant, which is according to the employees of the Mirage Hotel and Casino.
Fetty was in the city to enjoy some time alone without his usual entourage and during the parking of the car Fetty, and one of the staff members at the Hotel got into an altercation. According to the police, the real reason for the altercation was still under investigation, but they did state the whole thing got physical and the Jersey rapper brought in some of those Jersey flavored punches and landed three huge ones on the Valet.
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The reporting of Fetty’s arrest also suggests he was taken under control by another staffer at the Hotel, who made a citizen arrest and held the Trap Queen rapper till the police arrived on the scene. After Vegas Metro PD was alerted, the cops took over the citizen’s arrest and took the rapper into custody with the cops booking him for three counts of misdemeanor battery.
For the three punches Fetty landed on the Valet, he got three counts of battery charges. The rapper was held by the cops for a couple of hours but was released after a few and asked to appear before a judge at a later date. Fetty will need to be back in Vegas at a specified date to answer for the charges and defend himself in the court.
The arrest comes on the heels of the rapper recording a follow-up album to his Platinum-certified 2015 self-titled album. The album was a success on the heels of his blockbuster single 'Trap Queen', but none of the other songs were able to make the same amount of impact. The music industry evolved, and Fetty was not able to transition with the time, which is why the new album is of so much significance for the relevancy of the supposed one-hit-wonder.
After his success in the independent market, he was signed by 300 Entertainment and later by Atlantic Records. The rapper was also signed to Tr3yway Entertainment, but after the arrest of Kifano “Shotti” Jordan in 2018 where he was charged with multiple felony charges and sentenced to 15 years in prison, Fetty seems to be no longer involved with the label.
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With a new album currently being recorded and Fetty being relevant after such a long time again it seems to be the right time for the rapper to put out some new music. Nothing gets a rap career booming then an ongoing court case.