Monday, June 17, 2024

No More Cash-Flashing Social Media Posts for ATL Rapper Ralo Following Prison Release

Ralo and stacks of cash / Instagram

*Atlanta rapper Ralo may be out of prison, but social media won’t be a part of his life as a free man. The entertainer, who served a multi-year sentence for drug trafficking, celebrated his release with family and friends.

Among those on hand for the celebration was fellow rapper Lil Baby who handed Ralo $50,000 cash in one video recently.

Ralo was known for flashing up to $1 million in cash on social media before his arrest in 2016. As a result, the “Can’t Lie” rapper’s probation officer has banned him from accessing social media platforms to brag about his money, luxury, and jewelry.

“We thought that we would be able to welcome Ralo home in peace. But he has been restricted from all social media platforms until he completes his program,” an Instagram post on Ralo’s official account reads.

As for why he frequently displays photos of him with thousands of dollars of cash, Ralo stated, “I like for people to see it… all my fans say it’s motivation,” reports Sandra Rose.


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Without question, the 32-year-old rhymer (born Terrell Davis) has built a reputation for displaying his cash-filled lifestyle on social media. According to Sandra Rose, Ralo still lives in the. hood with welfare recipients for neighbors in addition to bragging about owning a 26-unit apartment building where he lived on Atlanta’s south side.

“They keep on asking me why the f–k I’m still in the hood, and I got all that goddamn money,” Ralo said in an Instagram video.

“I’m not in the hood ’cause I can’t get out the hood. I’m in the hood, ’cause this where I want to be at. This shit needs help. Them suburb motherf—ers, they don’t need help. We’ve been taken away from the community all our lives … We’ve been selling dope in this motherfucker and then go get us a spot way on the other side of town and just say ‘f**k what’s going on around here.’”

Although he’s been praised for charging affordable rent to low-income residents in his apartment building, the complex has attracted opposition from federal agents who say the building doubles as a multi-unit trap house. According to police, Ralo uses apartments from agreeing residents on board with the low rent he charges to stash his “work.”

Once he got word of a raid on an apartment, Ralo was observed moving large quantities of drugs and cash between apartments. The rhymesayer’s operation halted when he was arrested on April 15, 2018 at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport. It was there authorities served Ralo with a search warrant on a jet and found packages of marijuana with a street value of $2 million.

Ralo was accused of transporting kilos of drugs in and out of Georgia on private jets, Sandra Rose mentioned, documented the rapper’s leader status with the Atlanta-based gang “Famerica” as well as his independent record label of the same name.

An arrest affidavit that was unsealed after federal agents raided Ralo’s apartment complex revealed Famerica gang members sold “drugs and firearms and engage in other traditional gang activities” at the complex.

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