Reverend Runs son Joseph Simmons Jr. plead guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct after being busted in Manhattan with marijuana in May.
The 19-year-old was original was caught rolling a joint by police on May 8th, while he was in a car along the Upper West Side.
Police accused the rapper of backing up and attempting to flee when he was caught, which added resisting arrest to the list of charges, which included drug possession, reckless endangerment and criminal use of drug paraphernalia.
Just days after his arrest, most of the serious charges were dropped when he reached a deal with prosecutors.
Per the agreement, the drug possession charges were dropped when Simmons admitted to the disorderly conduct charge.
Yesterday (July 16), the teen was sentenced to serve just one day community service for his encounter with the law.
The drama was highlighted on Reverend Runs hit reality show Runs House, in which the elder Run-DMC founding member chastised his son for using the drug.