When he was growing up, ScHoolboy Q, whose real name is Quincy Hanley, joined a gang. At just 12 years old, he as a Hoover Crip, sold drugs, and went to jail for six months for a home invasion. Then he turned to music and since has been out of trouble. That is, until now.
For the past two months, the “Studio” rapper has been under investigation following an armed robbery that took place at an after-party following his concert in March. Now, authorities have reached a decision on the rapper’s fate.
Back in March, ScHoolboy Q was hanging out at an after-party after his concert in L.A. According to sources, two people followed the rapper to the after-party and after some time was robbed at gunpoint.
Right Place, Wrong Time
The alleged victims claim that Q “never participated in the actual robbery” but did pull up to the scene at the exact time the robbery was taking place. That statement alone insinuated that Q had something to do with the crime.
No Evidence Found
After investigating, police found no evidence to prove that Q was in fact a part of the robbery. According to sources, the alleged victims didn’t report the robbery as soon as it happened and didn’t even press charges. So, that led authorities to do this.