Big Bad 40 Arrested For Weapons Violation

By Lora Neng
January 26, 2011

Big Bad 40, formerly 40 Glocc, has once again run into trouble with officials for his past with the Colton City Crips. He was arrested from “The Zoo” Arbor Terrace Apartments, from which he was banned, when police found him associating with suspected  gang members and found a concealed loaded weapon in the rapper’s vehicle.

The rapper born Lawrence White is restricted from congregating with gang members under a 2008 court injunction, something he fought since disassociating himself from the Colton City Crips but lost last year.

A semiautomatic 9-millimeter handgun was found in the passenger side of his parked black Range Rover, leading to his arrest in San Bernardino on Sunday. A number of the men who were loitering around the carport area with him were also booked for violating parole.

White was released yesterday afternoon on bail of $100,000. He tweeted, “100?k OUT ON BAIL FRESH OUTTA JAIL CALIFORNIA DREAMIN SOON AS I STEP ON THE SCENE HEARIN B*TCH’S SCREAMIN! ZOOLIFE! RT THAT!”

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2 Comments for “Big Bad 40 Arrested For Weapons Violation”

  1. Harrd Times

    Thats what that fake blank wanta be guy gets,he anit no postive black man, he thrives on other blacks fears,of his fake blank homies that premote black on black hate, he lucky I wasnt in that SUV with bird man and lil wanye, I would have got out and chased his bicth blank , down that block with my size 10 1/2 shoe up his fartot blank, and i eants to get down ,all he got to do is call it !

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