Ralo is trouble with the law and he was popped for possession of something that a majority of states consider medicine at this point. The Atlanta rapper has been awaiting trial for years on charges that he trafficked marijuana.

The rapper will have his day in court. He announced via Instagram that March 15 is the big day. Ralo apologized to anyone he hurt by getting involved with the selling of a plant. The court appearance will be surrounded by positive vibes.

“After 4 years of being dragged through all these different jails and COVID BS, I finally got a date set March 15. If I ever did anything to hurt you, I ask that you forgive me. I don’t wanna walk in that courtroom with no bad vibes, I need prayers for me and not AGAINST me. It’s some people that love and need me free. Go to FAMERICANEWS.COM to help.”

On another note the feds finally allowed my music to be sold in they prison system, so tell anybody you know in the feds to go download all my music off the Corrilinks system. Assalamualaikum and #HappyNewYear #FreeRalo.”

The entire case was supposed to be over before the end of 2021, according to Ralo. His attorneys asked the judge for time served. Ralo is now looking for people to testify on his behalf as character witnesses to show that he’s taking a more mellow path in life.

The hip-hop community has had its share of advocates in the Free Ralo movement. Drake, Meek Mill, Killer Mike, John Wall, and more penned a letter to President Biden advocating for his release last year. Ralo is hoping that this long nightmare can soon come to an end so he can finally relax and unwind.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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