Paterson, New Jersey rapper Fetty Wap pled guilty Wednesday to several driving offenses — including having tinted windows that were too dark — and left court flashing stacks of cash after paying a small fine.
But it just wasn’t a small stack, it was $165,000, according to Mr. Wap.
Police pulled over “Trap Queen” rapper, whose real name is Willie Maxwell II, on July 6. He was arrested and then released.
The rapper appeared in court Wednesday wearing black boots and an all-black sweatsuit with a stack of cash sticking out one of the pockets.
Maxwell, 25, pled guilty to failure to replace lost, destroyed or defaced license plates, having tinted windows that were too dark, and driving with a suspended license. He also pled guilty to a charge related to police responding to his home more than twice for false alarms.
The judge ordered Maxwell to pay $360 in fines. Maxwell said he was carrying about $165,000 in (gwapp) cash with him when asked outside the municipal building.
I guess stuntin’ is a habit.