Fetty Wap has been ordered to turn over both his DNA and bank records after he serves his six-year prison sentence for his role in a federal drug case that originated in Long Island, NY.
According to TMZ, he’ll be required to turn over his bank records and tax returns once he gets out of prison, in compliance with the requirements set forth by the U.S. Probation Department.
What’s more, he won’t be allowed to open any new bank accounts without prior approval, and he will be required to submit to any sort of search and seizure on everything he owns — from his houses to his cars — if it’s determined that he violated any terms of his conditional release.
In addition to the stringent restrictions on his coins, Fetty Wap will also be required to submit a DNA sample to his probation officer once he gets out of prison — and this DNA will go into CODIS (Combined DNA Index System).
Last month, Fetty Wap was sentenced to six years in prison for his role in helping run an extensive drug ring out of Long Island.
The “Trap Queen” rapper (real name Willie Junior Maxwell II) had been in custody since last August when his bail was revoked following allegations that he displayed a firearm and threatened to kill someone while on a FaceTime call.
He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine, and prosecutors argued for a longer sentence, claiming Fetty had used his platform to “glamorize the drug trade” while making millions from his music after “Trap Queen” dropped in 2015.
“Young people who admire the defendant and are considering selling drugs need to be sent a message that selling drugs is not a glamorous lifestyle and, if they participate in that trade, they will receive lengthy prison sentences,” said Breon Peace, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District, who asked for a sentence between seven and nine years.