Young Thug Issued Felony Arrest Warrant in Georgia: Report

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Young Thug performs at Bumbershoot at Seattle Center on Sept. 1, 2018 in Seattle.

Young Thug is a wanted man in his home state of Georgia. A grand jury warrant was issued for Thugger in DeKalb County, according to a TMZ report published Monday (Sept. 10). The 27-year-old is being hit with a total of eight felonies stemming from a number of drug possession-related charges.

The ATL rapper was arrested back in September of last year when he was originally pulled over for having his windows tinted. Law enforcement ended up finding much more in the vehicle, as Thugger was arrested for possessing an array of drugs and a firearm. Thug's laundry list of final charges include possession and intent to distribute meth, hydrocodone, weed, Xanax, codeine and a gun. 

Additionally, the YSL rapper was also arrested last month (Aug. 17) on a felony gun charge while celebrating his 27th birthday and the release of his Slime Language compilation project at a Hollywood Dave & Buster's when police crashed the party. 

On Sunday (Sept. 9), Thug teased the idea of dropping new music very soon under the fitting title of On The Run. "Album in 2 days," he tweeted. 

Stay tuned for another Thugger project in 2018 with his freedom seemingly in question. Billboard has reached out to Young Thug's reps for comment.