Fetty Wap, who admitted guilt to a narcotics charge, now faces five years in prison.

Rapper Fetty Wap entered a guilty plea on Monday to a narcotics conspiracy charge, which carries a mandatory five-year jail term.

Long Island’s Central Islip U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven Locke heard the plea before revoking his release and booking him into jail two weeks prior. No timeframe for sentence was immediately specified.

Prosecutors claimed that Wap, real name Willie Maxwell, violated the terms of his pretrial release in his narcotics conviction by threatening to kill a man over a FaceTime call in 2021. This prompted Locke to take that action.

Rapper Trap Queen was charged with initially arrested last October on suspicion of taking part in a plot to transport substantial quantities of heroin, fentanyl, and other substances into the New York City region.

The primary accusation in an indictment against him, conspiracy to distribute and possess controlled narcotics, was one to which he entered a plea of guilty. Federal sentencing guidelines are likely to recommend more time in jail; it carries a required minimum sentence of five years in prison.

Between June 2019 and June 2020, Maxwell and five co-defendants were charged with planning to possess and distribute more than 100 kilograms (220 pounds) of heroin, fentanyl, and crack cocaine.

Prosecutors claimed that the plan involved shipping drugs from the West Coast to Long Island, where they were held before being distributed to dealers there and in New Jersey, utilizing the U.S. Postal Service and vehicles with secret compartments.

After Trap Queen, his debut hit, peaked at No. 2 on the American Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 2015, Maxwell gained notoriety.

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