Remember when it looked like Ralo was getting out of prison?
After the Atlanta rapper was arrested in 2018 for allegedly trying to distribute over 100 kilograms of marijuana, he was granted a $250,000 bond in July.
But that bond has now been revoked by a federal judge after Ralo was accused of selling drugs in prison by using a code. It was also said that handwritten notes were found in the purse of his children's mother that were incriminating.
"[Prosecutors] presented evidence that [Ralo] had continued participating in the distribution of drugs following his arrest in this case and while in custody," wrote Judge Michael L. Brown in his order. "[Ralo wrote on those notes to] 'Save up every dollar you receive from grandma' and 'Keep count of all the kids at dad house and grandma house so you can know how much you got at all times.'"
"This appears to have been a reference to drugs rather than children because below that statement the author warned her to 'Try to do all these things on other phones or in person,'" Brown added.