In July of last year, Offset was pulled over for making an illegal lane change. Police found a firearm in the car.
Prosecutors have now filed three charges against the Migo, a felony for firearms possession by a convicted felon, and misdemeanor charges for marijuana possession and the lane change. The good news is a felony charge of possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime has been dropped.
Offset has pleaded not guilty and will next appear in court in May. His lawyer intends to argue that he was being targetted for a traffic stop because he's young, black and successful.