GEORGIA — Court records show that American rapper “Offset” (part of the hip-hop supergroup Migos) could potentially face life-in-prison. On a total of four charges. Among them, per court records, are as follows.
Possession of weed; Possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a weapon during a crime, and improper lane change in the state of Georgia. Documents show that prosecutors in Clayton County Georgia are reportedly seeking a life sentence for the newly-crowned father, who, gave birth to his baby girl earlier this month with wife Cardi B.
Under GA’s 3 strike rule (his third felony came in 2015) the latest could be his last.