The "Set Trippin" rapper faces up to life in prison if convicted of the charges, but has always maintained his innocence.

The challenge itself calls for people to do something similar to the Shmoney Dance in the weirdest locations they can think of. Well, prison is a strange place to partake in the challenge, no?

Casanova is looking at up to life behind bars if the Southern District of New York makes its case against him. In true conspiracy embracing fashion, there are a legion of people on Twitter who are convinced it was the Brooklyn rapper's interviews with DJ Vlad that got him pinched by the Feds.

Casanova is in custody. The Brooklyn rapper surrendered to the Feds about two days after they announced he was among 18 men indicted on conspiracy and racketeering charges.

Brooklyn in the house! Casanova swings down to Houston to kick it with a G & A Pimp inside the Houston BMW Studios to discuss how he and a slew of other rappers got caught up in controversy at Rolling Loud NYC, his Behind These Scars album, time spent in jail, dealing with jealousy and […]

The 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards aired on Tuesday night with plenty of surprising moments both from the hometown (Tobe Nwigwe), Dallas (Yella Beezy) and a little controversy (Vic Mensa‘s bar allegedly about XXXTentacion), DeRay Davis hosting and more. Catch the full recap below! RELATED: Watch Houston’s Tobe Nwigwe In The 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher […]