The rapper Ralo’s protracted legal battle has finally reached a significant milestone. Terrell Davis, who was born in Atlanta, Georgia, has been given an eight-year and one-month prison term. In addition, he will have to complete five years of parole supervision after his release.
The 27-year-old pleaded guilty to various felony charges in March, including conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute at least a kilo of marijuana, illegal possession of a handgun, and money laundering. After originally rejecting a five-year plea agreement in 2019, the rapper has finally admitted guilt.
According to a message uploaded to Ralo’s Instagram account, which provides an update on his case, he may be able to return home as early as 2023 after receiving credit for time served.
“The Judge sentenced Ralo to 8 years in Federal Prison, he was given over 4 years credit time served […]”
“The BOP has also credited him 1 & 1/2 years for good time,” reads the post’s caption. “He was recommended 1-year ankle monitor after the halfway house approve his home address; which will bring him home to us late next year, but our goal is for him to complete his GED or RDAP Drug program so we can get another year off his sentence. That will bring him home to us in less than a year. We need prayer.”
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In 2018, federal authorities arrested Ralo on federal narcotics conspiracy charges after they discovered over $1 million in marijuana in a search of the private plane he was flying in. The United States Attorney has charged Ralo with being the head of the criminal organization known as “Famerica,” which is suspected of smuggling about $2 million worth of marijuana.
A former member of Gucci Mane’s label, Ralo has released two albums while serving time: 2019’s Free Ralo and this year’s Political Prisoner, which has guest appearances from 2 Chainz, T.I., Boosie Badazz, Jacquees, Mozzy, HoneyKomb Brazy, Jackboy, and others.
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Ralo Says He Won’t Be Released From Prison Until October 2023
Ralo says he will be released from prison in October 2023
About four years have passed since Ralo, an Atlanta rapper, was arrested and sent to prison. In April 2018, he was arrested by federal officials after they discovered $1 million in marijuana on his private jet. There was a $250,000 bond available to him in August 2020. It became canceled because Ralo allegedly used code language over the phone while he was in jail to keep peddling drugs.
Ralo has subsequently enlisted the aid of fellow rappers in his quest to have marijuana legalized and has even presented his case to Vice President Joe Biden. Ralo’s trial or release date has not yet been set, however, there have been some recent changes.
Ralo just posted on Instagram the date (October 2023) that he will be released from prison. Until then, he said, he’s been investing in real estate for his mom and some pals. Ralo also furnished a recording studio for his band.
“I won’t be home until October 2023, but I made sure I bought my momma a new house, bought my n*ggas some new apartments, building my artist a new studio and I’m buying everybody around me new cars soon as I land next year. They took everything from me Allah blessed me to buy it right back. I stood on mines and took my time like a Man. Ima do this last year with a smile, go watch Ralo chapter 30 #OutNow on youtube (Link In My Bio)… #FamGoon #GiveBack.”
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The deluxe edition of Ralo’s album “Political Prisoner” was out a few weeks ago as well. There are a total of 18 tracks on this project, and guests like T.I., 2 Chainz, Jaquees, Derez Deshon, and more can be heard throughout.
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