Cash Money Records' CEO and founder BirdMan's RV was pulled over for running a tractor off the road and police found a pound of weed.
Cash Money Records' CEO and founder BirdMan's RV was pulled over for running a tractor trailer off the road and police found a pound of weed. Bryan "Baby" Williams, who was one of 16 people arrested in Kingsport, Tenn, is now facing drug and possible gun charges. The police said the RV was spotted as it made an improper lane change and ran a tractor trailer off the road.
As reported on TMZ.com, a policeman pulled the RV over and as he approached the RV, he said he could smell marijuana coming from inside, and found a pound of marijuana in a trash-can.
According to sources, Baby's wife was one of the 16 people arrested along with his brother. A 2-23 carbine assault rifle, a 9-mm handgun and a magazine for a 45-cal. handgun was also recovered in the RV. No gun charges have been filed.