Ralo just got hit with some seriously bad news in his drug trafficking case, as a judge ruled on Tuesday that no bond will be set for the Atlanta spitter because authorities believe he's been running a drug empire while behind bars.
The 23-year-old, real name Terrell Davis, appeared in federal court on Tuesday hoping to be set free on bond. Prosecutors, however, had other plans for him and presented evidence that his alleged drug trafficking activities have continued despite him being locked up.
The rapper has been accused of moving $2 million worth of weed through Atlanta. Ralo, along with nine other defendants, has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Ralo has been accused of being the kingpin of the gang "Famerica" and is facing federal conspiracy and marijuana possession charges connected to the gang.
“At [Ralo’s] direction, gang members sell drugs and firearms and engage in other traditional gang activities," according to a federal affidavit.
The rapper believes he's being singled out unfairly and said as much during a jailhouse interview with NBC affiliate 11Alive. "I feel like they kind of wrongfully targeted me," he told journalist Neima Abdulahi.
The investigation goes back to December of last year when investigators stopped a van leaving Fulton County airport carrying 520 pounds of weed worth about $1 million.