The two members of the rap group Youngbloodz and their 12-person entourage face drug and weapons charges after being stopped while on their way to a concert.
J-Bo and Sean Paul, the two members of rap group Youngbloodz, were arrested Thursday June 1st, 2006 on I-85 on the way to Columbus, Georgia while on their way to a concert.
Coweta County Sheriff's Deputy Clinton Reynolds said he pulled over the tour bus that carried on the twosome and their 12 other entourages in learning that it had an expired Florida tag before soon thereafter smell the odour of burning marijuana.
And after a search of the vehicle, Reynolds said deputies found two firearms and about a half pound of marijuana divided into 11 plastic bags. As a consequence, all of them are now facing drug and weapons charges.
A spokesperson for the band's label did confirm in a statement Friday June 2nd that J-Bo and Sean Paul had been arrested, but added that the duo have "never had any trouble with the law" and said they're "completely innocent and they will be exonerated from these charges."