Vic Mensa Takes Plea Deal In Concealed Firearm Case

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 17, 2017

Roc Nation artist Vic Mensa will be avoiding jail time in his "carrying of concealed weapon" case stemming from a March traffic stop in Beverly Hills.

Mensa faced up to two years behind bars had he not accepted the plea deal.

The hip-hop star, who is signed to JAY-Z's Roc Nation label, was pulled over by police in Beverly Hills, California in March (17) after failing to obey a stop sign and for having tinted windows on his auto.

The D.A.'s office tells TMZ the Roc Nation rapper will get 2 years probation after pleading no contest to carrying a concealed firearm in his vehicle. The second count of carrying an unregistered loaded firearm was dropped, according to TMZ.

He will get two years' probation and have to pay $500 (£380) as well as $1,325 (£1,000) in restitution. The alternative to said payment is spending two days in jail, so it's hard to see why he wouldn't choose payment.

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