Back in June, Polo G got into legal issues, where he was said to have assaulted a Miami police officer, during a traffic stop. That came after a listening event, for his chart-topping “Hall Of Fame” album. The Chicago rapper was facing several felony charges, but now, he is inching closer to getting deeper into this situation.
According to TMZ, prosecutors dropped two felony charges, that were on the table. These were battery of a police officer and threatening a public servant. This was confirmed by court records and a rep, for the Miami-Dade State Attorney.
In addition to the two felonies, a misdemeanor charge was also dropped. This was for criminal mischief. Prosecutors cited lack of evidence, in their move in dropping these three charges. The two charges that Polo is still facing though, are misdemeanors, in resisting an officer.
In order for all of these charges to be dropped, Polo needs to enroll in an anger management class. This will be done, according to his attorney, Bradford Cohen.
Hall Of Fame was Polo’s first number one album, and his third, in two years. HOF also contained his first number one single, in “RAPSTAR.” HOF is certified gold in the US, and RAPSTAR is 3x platinum.