On April 15, Ralo was arrested at the DeKalb-Peachtree Peachtree airport and charged with conspiracy to commit a felony.
On Wednesday morning, his Atlanta apartment complex was raided by the police, the ATF, the FBI and Homeland Security.
Federal investigators have told WSB-TV in Atlanta that Ralo is a gang leader tied to 1000 pounds in pot seizures.
The TV station has also seen an affidavit detailing Ralo's criminal activity.
An affidavit from an agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives alleges Ralo was the leader of a criminal street gang called Famerica and a hip-hop artist.
The document describes Ralo’s charter flight to Fulton County Airport on Dec. 22, a traffic stop near the airport by the Georgia State Patrol and the discovery of approximately 520 pounds of marijuana with an estimated street value of about $1 million.
The affidavit indicates that, the day before, the Instagram videos of Ralo getting onto a private jet surrounded by people wearing clothing similar to clothing recovered in a van with the marijuana were posted.
The document also describes events on April 15 at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport that suggest Ralo was on an aircraft with about 444 pounds of marijuana.
The affidavit lists the drugs as having an estimated street value of approximately $840,000.
Ralo is expected to be charged in the coming days.
He has a history of insisting he made his money on his music.
I never had a hit record in the top 20, but i just booked $20 Thousand for ah show. I never dropped an album but i still get $100k every month in my account from iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, Tidal an SoundCloud. I’m that Lil black boy from Da Bluff lived in that 1 bedroom house on Elm street with all his siblings grandma an momma!!! #ThankGod #Alhamdulillah