Ty Dolla Sign Indicted For Felony Drug Possession; Faces 15 Years In Prison

Rapper Ty Dolla Sign had a great year on the charts, but an unfortunate incident dating back to September has left him with some very serious charges. This weekend, it was announced that the hip-hop star has been indicted by a grand jury on charges that include felony drug possession.
Ty Dolla Sign was previously arrested in Fulton County, Georgia back in September for drug possession. TMZ also reported that Skrillex was in the vehicle with Ty Dolla Sign and his crew, but Ty Dolla Sign was the only person to be arrested after the drugs were found in his bag.
He now faces three counts of drug possession charges including felony possession of cocaine, felony possession of THC and misdemeanor possession of less than 1 ounce of weed, according to TMZ.
If convicted of the charges, Ty Dolla Sign would be locked up for more than a decade with a maximum penalty of up to 15 years in prison.
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Who Is Ty Dolla Sign?

Ty Dolla Sign, born Tyrone William Griffin Jr. on April 13, 1985 in Los Angeles California, is a singer, songwriter, rapper and producer who has worked with a number of top artists. He has been associated with acts like Kanye West, Trey Songs, Wiz Khalifa, Future, B.o.B., Jeremih, YG, DJ Mustard, and many more.
Throughout the 2018 calendar year, Ty Dolla Sign had his music streamed more than a whopping one billion times on Spotify by more than 72 million fans in 65 countries.
In 2018, he released a collaborative album with Jeremih titled “MihTy,” and was featured on the Fifth Harmony hit song “Work From Home” which won an MTV Video Music Award for best collaboration and an American Music Award for Collaboration of the Year.
Now, he will have to wait and see whether his recording career will be placed on hold while he sits behind bars.

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