Back in 2017, Young Thug was arrested in Georgia after cops pulled him over for tinted windows, and found drugs inside his vehicle. As a result, the rapper was slapped with eight felonies, including possession and intent to distribute meth, hydrocodone, and weed, in addition to possession of amphetamine, Alprazolam, codeine, and a firearm.
However, under the terms of his release on bond, Thug was ordered to stay clean and off the drugs until the legal matter was resolved. But now, after the rapper’s drug test came back positive, the judge presiding over Thug’s case revoked his bond for violating probation.
To make matters worse, according to his jail records, Thug was arrested Wednesday morning, the day before his arraignment where the judge handed down his new ruling. Now, according to TMZ, the rapper may have to remain behind bars until his trial.