A bench warrant has been issued for rapper Lil Mosey's arrest after he failed to appear for his court date Wednesday to answer for charges of second-degree rape.
Mosey, real name Lathan Moses Echols -- best known for his top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit "Blueberry Faygo -- was charged April 2 in Washington state's Lewis County with rape in the second degree, accused of engaging in sexual intercourse with a person who was incapable of consent.
The investigation into Mosey, who burst on the scene at only 16 after releasing songs on SoundCloud, began Jan. 6 after a Lewis County detective was contacted about a house party where the alleged incident took place. According to court records, a woman said she attended the party with another girlfriend at a cabin in Randle, Washington, held by Mosey. When the woman arrived, there were other people there and they told detectives that they kept to themselves most of the night. At one point in the night, someone brought out White Claw hard seltzers and champagne for the girls to drink, according to the affidavit of probable cause filed in the case.