Gun charges against Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper Flesh-N-Bone were dropped in a Santa Clarita, California courtroom yesterday (April 20).
Flesh, born Stanley Howse, was charged with multiple felonies charges after he was stopped for a moving violation on April 2.
The traffic stop led to a search of his Canyon Country home, where police found a gun, ammunition and a small amount of marijuana.
He was arrested and charged with felony possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of ammunition and a misdemeanor for the marijuana.
According to the Los Angeles County D.A. office, all of the charges were dropped yesterday, for unknown reasons.
Flesh defense attorney argued that the rapper has a medical license for the marijuana, while the gun found locked in a closet was registered to his wife, a police officer for the Chicago Police Department.
The rapper spent 10 years in prison for threatening an individual with an AK-47.
Flesh-N-Bone is expected to be released from jail this week.