According to HipHop Enquirer, yesterday, rapper Waka Flocka Flame was released from a Henry County Georgia jail after posting a cash bond of $40,000 for charges stemming from an outstanding arrest warrant.
Attorney Ted Johnson believes the case against his client is weak and without merit. “My client was not at the home when the search warrant was executed nor were the weapons found in the house illegal as it has been reported by some media outlets.”
Mr. Malphurs has done so much charity work for his community and these charges are a distraction for all the great and positive things he does.” Attorney Johnson also stated that rappers in general should be very careful about the people they associate with.
After giving his mother and manager Debra Antney a hug he asked her to take him to the nearest Zaxby restaurant to one of his favorite chicken sandwiches.