(AllHipHopNews)The 22-year-old, whose real name is Demarcus Davis, was recently detained and is being held in prison in Baton Rouge, on charges of illegal possession of a stolen firearm and three counts of felony possession of a firearm.
According to WBRZ News, Maine Musik was charged for his alleged role in a robbery of Meaux Guns & Ammo in the city, on July 6th of last year.
The Secret Service paid Maine Musik a visit after he posted a threat to Donald Trump on his Instagram account.
In the clip, Maine Musik warned others not to challenge his crew and also included a threat to shoot presidential candidate Donald Trump, because the controversial Republican has criticized food stamp recipients.
Maine Musik also claimed to have a connection to ISIS and access to military weapons, leading to an official investigation.
According to law enforcement, all of the guns that were being flaunted by several individuals in his video for “Aint No Comin Down” match the makes and models of some of the 50 guns that were reported stolen in last July’s robbery.
In fact, a Glock pistol with a hundred-round drum Maine Musik flashed in the video for “Aint No Comin Down” is so clear, that specialists could read the serial number on the stolen weapon.
Maine Musik was brought in for questioning after running a stop sign, while in possession of what was apparently lean (Promethazine/Codeine).
Federal authorities are pondering if Maine Musik should also be charged with threatening Donald Trump as well, since all of the guns were not only stolen, they were real.
Prior to his legal issues, Maine Musik was a member of “The Luciano Family” featuring TEC, Ace B and Master P. No Limit Forever severed their ties with Maine Musik and TEC in 2015.
Check out the controversial video below.
Maine Musik denied the charges, in an Instagram post, fresh out of jail.