DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA – PnB Rock is facing the consequences after police arrested him in 2019 following a search warrant on his home. On Tuesday (August 24), Bucks County prosecutors announced PnB Rock — real name Rakim Hasheem Allen — pleaded guilty to charges related to the arrest.
Officials said PnB Rock entered an open guilty plea to one count of possession with intent to deliver and one count of receiving stolen property. According to a report by CBS 3 Philly, PnB was sentenced to 36 months of probation on each count, running concurrently, and has to complete 100 hours of community service. His supervision was permitted to be transferred to California.
Bensalem Police opened an investigation on the Trapstar Turnt Popstar crooner in November 2018 after receiving several complaints of loud parties and the smell of weed emanating from the residence. Officers also reported smelling marijuana, which led to probable cause the resident was selling the drug. The Special Investigations Unit completed a search warrant on January 20, confiscating five pounds of marijuana, several scales and packaging items, a stolen .40-caliber handgun and $33,000 in cash.
PnB Rock was arrested alongside Stephanie Sibounheuang, who pleaded guilty in September 2019 to possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to six months of probation. PnB initially denied the allegations in an Instagram Story after he posted bond.
“I don’t know what the fuck they was talking about,” he said in the video. “It wasn’t me! What the fuck? I look like I’m selling drugs? Never!”
Fans are hoping PnB stays out of trouble after he’s been teasing new music recently. He’s been teasing a new summer-ready song on his Instagram and asking fans their opinion on which songs should make the upcoming album. PnB Rock reminded fans that he’s a force to be reckoned with after showing off some RIAA-certified plaques earlier this month.
“Sometimes I be forgetting I’m that N-GGA,” PnB Rock wrote. “THESE bring me back to reality LOL ALOT MISSIN BUT YALL GET IT.”