2 Chainz Found Not Guilty Of Drug Charges
Tauheed Epps is a happy man. The Atlanta native better known as 2 Chainz was acquitted Wednesday of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia stemming from a February 14th incident.
On Valentine’s Day, 2 Chainz and six others had their 2013 Ford E-350 van stopped en route to a performance at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore on U.S. Route 50 and Hiners Lane, for speeding. After smelling burned marijuana in the car the police searched the vehicle and found a metal grinder in a gray bag that was inside a camouflage-colored bag. 2 Chainz later admitted to owning the bag, however witness accounts state that he was seen asking his entourage who was the owner of the metal grinder.
The Talbot County District Court Judge William H. Adkins III. deeming the case a paraphernalia case found 2 Chainz not guilty on possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana.
Less then three weeks ago (April 5th) 2 Chainz sent tweet out claiming to be working on his new album. He also recently released the video for his The Weeknd-sampled “Like Me” song off of his debut album Based On A True Story.