Wu-Tang Affiliates Get Busted For Suspicion of Drug Possession

A routine traffic stop provided

more than a line up of vehicles for police in Arkansas, who arrested Wu-Tang Clan

affiliates Ronald “Mathematics” Bean and Patrick “Streetlife”

Charles.

The pair, along with six other men

were arrested Monday (Nov. 9) night on suspicion of drug possession with intent

to sell, TMZ.com reports. A police report detailing the incident noted how

officers on the scene “could immediately smell the odor of burnt marijuana

coming from the interior of the bus” after opening the door to the tour

bus the group was traveling in.

Authorities claim to have noticed “marijuana

blunts” as well as “residue” on the bus that “were

laying in plain sight.” In addition, officers stated they found 110

ecstasy tablets hidden inside a can and $8615 in cash. Although Streetlife,

Mathematics and the others were arrested, the driver of the tour bus was released

with a speeding citation.

Mathematics is best known for

producing various songs for Wu-Tang group and solo projects as well as serving

as the collective’s DJ. The New

York native released his first solo album, Love, Hell Or Right, in 2003. Other

releases from Mathematics include The

Problem, Soul of a Man

and Mathematics Presents Wu-Tang Clan &

Friends Unreleased.

 A fixture on numerous solo

and group releases from Wu-Tang, Steetlife has also appeared on Wu-Tang Forever, 8 Diagrams, Iron Flag, The W,

Tical 2000: Judgement Day and Tical 0: The Prequel (Method Man), Uncontrolled Substance (Inspectah Deck), No Said Date (Masta Killa), Legend of the Liquid Sword (GZA) and Blackout 2 (Method Man and Redman). The

rapper released his debut solo album, Street

Education, in 2005.

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