The Atlanta rapper was cash out Recently accused Accused of rape, sex trafficking and running a prostitution from a house and hotel room in Atlanta.
The One hit surpriseJohn-Michael Judge Gibson was born, was arrested and held without bond in the Fulton County Jail.
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Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis said Cash Out used her celebrity status from Instagram to seduce women and engage in prostitution.
“The most disturbing aspect of this case is that women have been abused and abused in our community by people who have had the opportunity to do something else with their lives,” Willis said.
“He’s a very talented musician. Unfortunately, he didn’t stay in that business, and he got involved in the business that found him under trial,” Willis said.
Cash Out has also been charged with possession of a brothel in a house on Alfred Avenue NW and beating a woman with a belt.
Fulton County Deputy District Attorney Arnell Winfrey Reported to Channel 2 Investigative reporter Mark Win.
Winfrey said two women have been rescued so far.
“We’ve rescued two of them so far. Some of these women are our weakest women and she tempted them, let them believe she cares for them and she’ll take care of them, just flip through the script and then start. Get them out, Winfrey said.
“He has been facing a life sentence for 25 years,” Winfrey said.
Willis warned young women on social media to be wary of rappers flashing cash and empty promises.
“We want parents and family members to be aware because one thing we do understand is that not just cash out, many people are recruiting young people through social media,” Willis said.
Cash Out is best known for his single hit single “Cashin ‘Out” from his 2012 mixtape. Now is my time. The song peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, number 2 on the Hot R&B / Hip-Hop song chart, and number 1 on the Billboard Rap song chart.
In 2019, he appeared in the movie Cash Out Uncut gems Starring Adam Sandler and Lecith Stanfield.