Hitmaka has another warrant
Yung Berg is wanted by police yet again.
He was recently arrested after police found him in Miami Beach with a negligible amount of marijuana. Unfortunately, a background check on Berg pulled up a nine-year-old warrant for the rapper’s arrest. He was taken to jail and released at that time.
According to TMZ, Berg was in Florida for the BET awards at the time of that arrest. Authorities were called to his hotel at the time because of an alleged assault against a women, though Berg was not the person accused of that crime. While responding to the initial call, area police ran Berg’s name and discovered that he failed to appear in court for the nine-year-old drug charge.
Given that he was most recently arrested on a warrant for blowing off a court date, you’ll never guess what the latest warrant is for. That’s right, he blew off the court date again. Now he’s got another warrant out there on his name. Yung Berg is a Russian nesting doll of arrest orders.
If the arrests weren’t enough, Berg is currently caught in the middle of the world’s saddest beef. The rapper seems to have it out for Bow Wow and recently clowned him for not releasing new music.
Bow Wow responded in kind, posting a video of Berg getting beat up.
“Got slapped by a surf boarder and aint DO NOTHING!!!!” he captioned the video. “You been softer than medicated cotton from jump TURD. (this too easy ima chill yall i promise) getting ran off the block.”
Bow Wow also implied that fought Berg out in Las Vegas and it didn’t go well for the star who has since changed his name to Hitmaka.
“Stop playing with us little boy,” Bow Wow commented on Instagram. “You saw what happened in Vegas when we hopped out on you. Trick I guess he aint learn from Detroit. Maino slapped the life out you, now watch when the fruitz get you.”
Berg chas kept this beef alive for a while. He even called out Bow Wow on The Breakfast Club last year.
“Bow Wow is a sucker. He be pillow talking,” said Berg. “[Superhead] told me one day, ‘This dude Bow is so lame. He told me I shouldn’t be having s*x with you. I should only have s*x with Lil Wayne or him or people of that stature.’”
What do you think?
Berg’s drug charge was from well in the past, but the new charges will definitely cause him headaches in the here and now. While it’s not as egregious as the probation ruling that sent Meek Mill to prison, it’s easy to see with the mess of warrants and dates how the system attempts to trap people. Jay-Z enumerated as much in his New York Times op-ed in response to Meek’s controversial sentence.
“It’s time we highlight the random ways people trapped in the criminal justice system are punished every day,” Jay wrote. “The system treats them as a danger to society, consistently monitors and follows them for any minor infraction — with the goal of putting them back in prison.”
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