Rapper NLE Choppa struck a plea deal in a triple felony case in Broward County, FL. The rapper was sentenced to one-year probation.
According to court documents obtained by HipHopDX, Choppa, f/k/a Bryson Lashun Potts changed his plea from not guilty to nolo contendere [no contest] on Friday.
Judge Barbara Duffy sentenced him to one year of probation that requires him to forfeit all of his firearms, complete a firearm safety training course, and perform 40 hours of community service before his probation is up.
However, he won’t be restricted from traveling nationally or internationally.
In early 2018, the Memphis native was arrested on burglary, drugs, and weapon charges. He was later hit with charges of burglary of an unoccupied structure, carrying a concealed firearm, possession of cannabis of 20 grams or less, and possession of the generic version of Xanax called Alprazolam.
Choppa was charged with three felony charges and one misdemeanor. The two felony charges were dismissed in exchange for his plea.