11 Rappers Who Were Busted With Guns At Airports

11 Rappers Who Were Busted With Guns At Airports

11 Rappers Who Were Busted With Guns At Airports

At the point when Juelz Santana was gotten by TSA with a firearm in his gear at Newark Liberty International Airport and accordingly charged by police not long ago, he put himself among the unit of rappers who unsuccessfully explored airplane terminals with a greater number of lashes than should be expected to convey their baggage.

Here is a rundown of 11 rappers who have been reserved by cops at airplane terminals after they were gotten “overpacking” for their movement game plans.

What’s more, just on the off chance that you’re pondering, Juelz still hasn’t made safeguard.

Master of Gang Starr

Late Gang Starr lyricist Guru was one of rap’s most storied jazz torchbearers. Be that as it may, he incidentally rapped with no-nonsense verses about how “huge amounts of firearms” spread wild brutality in his Brooklyn neighborhood. In February 1996, a remainder of his craft coordinated his life as Guru entered LaGuardia Airport in Queens, New York, to Los Angeles, and was found with a .380 gauge gun in his lightweight suitcase. He was captured from there on and confessed to stay away from jail with a lessened sentence of three years probation.

Master nitty gritty his dissatisfaction about the incidentof “JFK To LAX” from the gathering’s 1998 collection Moment of Truth (which turns 20-years of age this year).

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The No Limit Records organizer and rapper/business person kept up his Second Amendment appropriate to convey an authorized firearm in his name when he was captured at Newark Liberty International Airport in 2003. Be that as it may, what’s extremely shaking is the way that he had sharp, unlawful Teflon-covered shots called “cop executioners” to demonstrate he was certainly ‘session that life.

The Colonel advoided imprison time in the episode, be that as it may.

Snop Dogg

For more than 25 years, Uncle Snoop has unconventionally considered in his variety of hit tunes about remaining on deck with firearms. On October 26, 2006 at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California, returned to his Long Beach O.G. roots. As police gave Snoop a reference for a stacked zone infringement at the air terminal, they looked through his auto and found a weapon and (astonishment!) weed, and captured him with firearm and maryjane ownership charges.

After a year, he acknowledged a probation bargain that conceded him some natural air cordiality of network benefit.

Yung Joc

At the point when Atlanta’s Yung Joc was at the tallness of his notoriety in 2006, the previous Bad Boy Records craftsman discharged the Billboard 100 graph topping single “It’s Goin Down.” The tune’s verses welcomed anybody to meet him anyplace in light of the fact that it’s “ensured” to do as the title proposes—for better or in negative ways. On December 23, 2007, one year after Joc discharged the southern “snap” development staple, Cleveland police obliged to check him upon the last at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

He was gotten with a self-loader handgun and ammo in his portable suitcase and in the long run accused of conveying a covered weapon.

Petey Pablo

In the pre-fall 2001, Petey Pablo put it on for his home province of North Carolina when he discharged the essential Timbaland-created track “Raise Up.” The planning of the “Raise Up (All Cities Remix)” was viable to rally the lamenting American populace following the 9/11 assaults multi month later. With its revised tune droning “U.S.A.!” and shoutout to a few noteworthy U.S. urban areas, radio stations across the nation played the single to symbolize patriotism, which made Pablo one of rap’s most famous stars of that year. In any case, after nine years, on September 11, 2010, the muscle-bound rapper was captured as he endeavored to bring a stolen 9mm Smith and Wesson weapon onto a plane at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.

Other than the important four-year jail sentence that Pablo was given to him in light of his crime record, this case has excessively incongruity by the numbers.


Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is a shared belief for a few of these southern rappers hoping to fly the neighborly skies with guns. On August 22, 2011, another ATL rapper Memphitz by one means or another attempted to get past this airplane terminal with a .40 gauge Desert Eagle weapon. It was found by the TSA as his lightweight suitcase experienced the X-beam checkpoint, and he was later captured by police. The kicker is that Memphitz was just accused of a crime for conveying a covered weapon that can part a human body into equal parts with one shot.

Lash of Travis Porter

On February 15, 2012 at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Travis Porter part Strap asserted to experts that he disregarded a 9mm firearm in his knapsack and that it was a “Fair to-God botch” when they discovered it on him. It’s sufficiently troublesome to look past the way that this present rapper’s name is Strap. Likewise, we should assume the best about him that the Travis Porter part didn’t at first tell police this stage name when they got him with the firearm.

Excessively $hort

Right around 30 years back, Oakland legend Too $hort pronounced his inescapability in rap with his 1990 collection Short Dog Is In The House. Be that as it may, at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California on Oct 2, 2014, Shorty The Pimp was fortunate to maintain a strategic distance from a stretch in the “enormous house” after he was captured after a TSA worker found a stacked handgun in the rapper’s portable suitcase. Amid the episode, he fled from the premises to get his legal counselor before he was confined by the police for conveying a stacked weapon in an open place.

Waka Flocka Flame

This Atlanta rapper likes to rap about firearms, so it is anything but a stun if Waka ever gets captured for having one. Only eight days after Too $hort’s capture, on October 10, 2014, Waka Flocka Flame was captured by police at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport after he endeavored to get a stacked weapon his lightweight suitcase. He was in the end found not liable on all charges.


The Boston-reproduced Benzino made a name as an individual from rap aggregate Made Men, previous co-proprietor of The Source magazine amid its 1990s prime (which started a fleeting meat with Eminem amid the mid 2000s). What’s more, obviously, his spell on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta indicated him showing significant exercises to rappers from his wake up calls of disappointment. The latest story went ahead January 28, 2015 when he endeavored to travel to Los Angeles from (once, once more!) Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. Benzino put his portable suitcase on the transport line, which had a 9mm with seven round of projectiles within the weapon.

One of the air terminal’s TSA workers discovered it, and captured Benzino, and was then accused of ownership of a stacked handgun.

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