Ralo is facing four Federal counts of possession with intent to distribute marijuana after he was caught shipping 1000 pounds of weed by private plane from Cali to his hometown of Atlanta.
He's in federal lock up without bail awaiting the government's next move. But he was able to speak on his predicament in a radio interview with Rashad Richey.
During the chat, Ralo said Jeezy and other rappers of his era helped to lead him astray.
“Other rappers of my generation at the time; they never told me I was wrong, they only told me ‘Let’s Get It.’ They only told me to do that, so I wanted to trap or die, I wanted the ‘let’s get it," Ralo said.
"My biggest influence in life would have to be people like Young Jeezy," he continued. "He inspired me in the wrong way though."
You can check out the entire interview below. Is trap music to blame for Ralo turning to drug dealing?