Last month, a gangster rapper and thug from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, uploaded a series of sickening videos to social media that showed him threatening presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump while flashing a bunch of different guns.
“I really want to go to war with Donald Trump because Donald Trump try’na take food stamps away from my momma and that all the (expletive) she got,” the thug, birth-name Demarcus Davis and rap-name Maine Musik, said in one of the videos.
According to local station WBRZ, when authorities learned about the videos, they noticed something quite odd — the makes and models of the firearms in the videos matched those of guns stolen from the Meaux Guns & Ammo shop during a robbery last year. Strike one.
When officers then scoured Davis’s Facebook page, they found a picture of him holding a Ruger pistol that they could confirm on the spot was in fact one of the items stolen last year. Strike two.
Last but not least, Davis himself then made the mistake of running a stop sign — and it was during the subsequent traffic stop that authorities found him in possession of some drugs. Strike three. You’re out.
The wannabe rapper was then arrested and charged with three counts of a felon in possession of a firearm, one count of illegal possession of a stolen firearm and one count of possession of Schedule V drugs.
And yes, it turned out that Davis was a convicted felon. Surprising, huh? Watch the video below to learn more about this case:
Nice try, young man, but your attempts to stir up trouble and threaten a presidential candidate failed big time. It would behoove you to reflect on your mistakes and try to turn your life around.