Atlanta rapper Ralo could be released soon, his team says
Ralo's manager tells us that everything seized during the high-profile FBI raid, including the yellow Lamborghini and the frozen bank accounts, are now returned.
ATLANTA — It’s been a year since the controversial arrest of Atlanta rapper Ralo, who faces federal counts of possessing nearly two million dollars worth of marijuana with intent to distribute.
The rapper, whose real name is Terrell Davis, pleaded not guilty to the charges. In the ATLClture segment, 11Alive’s Neima Abdulahi brings us up to speed on everything that unfolded since his bond was denied.
Ralo’s management tells 11Alive that the young hip-hop star is currently in federal custody, but he may be released soon. He pleaded not guilty to several allegations of drug trafficking and gang activity.
Ralo's manager, Queen said he could be released as early as this summer.