Ralo Says Feds Are Unfairly Targeting His Family In New Interview
(AllHipHop News) Ralo remains behind bars after being accused of trying to smuggle almost $2 million worth of marijuana on a private jet.
The rap star gave a jailhouse interview, where he reasserted his innocence and claimed the Feds were unfairly targeting him.
"I feel like they kind of wrongfully targeted me," Ralo said during a new interview.
In December of 2017, cops seized over 500 pounds of marijuana worth $1 million from a vehicle near the Fulton County Airport.
Prosecutors also caught Ralo redhanded in a different shipment, where over 444 pounds of pot worth $840,000 was found on a jet, where K9 dogs had to be sent in order to get the rap star to de-board the plane.
The cops are currently looking to confiscate 20 apartment units and five other properties the 23-year-old acquired.
The feds are also after Ralo's two Lamborghinis, a Corvette, two Dodge Chargers and four other vehicles.
“No drugs were ever sold out of my apartment complex," he said. "All the cars were stuff that I bought. None of it was for me. That was for my family. They took my family’s cars. I save my money, I put my money into real estate, I put my money into my people.”
Ralo has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges but he is being held without bail.