Roddy Ricch had quite the weekend!
The rapper was arrested in Queens on Saturday (June 11) hours before he was set to perform at the Governors Ball Music Festival.
Due to his arrest, the festival was forced to cancel his performance.
Roddy Ricch, Carlos Collins, 57, of New Jersey, and Michael Figueroa, 46, of Brooklyn, were all charged with criminal possession of a weapon.
The rapper was also charged with possession of a large capacity ammo feeding device and unlawful possession of that device.
Roddy was released from Queens Central Booking on Sunday just in time to hit the stage at Hot 97’s Summer Jam.
His first order of business was leading the crowd in a chant where he said:
I need everybody to say, ‘F**k NYPD.’
Watch the clip below.
The good news is Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz tells Rolling Stone there “are no charges pending” against Roddy.
Source: Rolling Stone