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Coolio Arrested For Drugs

03:02 PM Friday 3/6/09 | |

Coolio was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport this morning on suspicion of possessing drugs.

The rapper, whose real name is Artis Levon Ivey Jr., was arrested after he was found with narcotics, reports Reuters.

  • Coolio

    Troops in Kosovo get in on the act during Coolio's gig at Camp Bondsteel.
    November 4, 2002

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Although police haven’t released details of the arrest, TMZ reports Coolio was arrested after a security screener discovered the rapper had crack cocaine on his person.

Apparently Coolio was about to board a Southwest Airlines flight to Tusla, Oklahoma, where he, along with Tone Loc and Shock G, are scheduled to perform.

Coolio first hit it big with his 1995 hit “Gangsta’s Paradise,” but these days he’s known for his reality TV appearances more than for his rhymes. Recent TV appearances include “Celebrity Fear Factor” and hosting “Cooking with Coolio.”

However, if Coolio goes to court on the drug charge, we're betting it won’t be “Judge Judy.”

For the Reuters report, click here.

For TMZ's account, click here.


Comments

  1. Scout wrote:

    01:09 PM, Mar 09, 2009

    Woo-Ha! Got you in airport check!

  2. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    01:49 PM, Mar 07, 2009

    AS THE COP SAW HIS LUCKY BUST BRINGIN' DOWN A BIGSHOT UNFOLD,HE WAS HEARD TO EXCLAIM,"HOW COOLIO!"

  3. ect0 wrote:

    11:32 PM, Mar 06, 2009

    Surely, but he was probably used to getting away with this sort of thing regularly.

    I say let the guy go and wreck his life on crack, that's his choice.

    I wouldn't care anyhow, I'd just be there to see Tone Loc.

  4. hooterville wrote:

    04:42 PM, Mar 06, 2009

    crack cocaine 'on his person' at an airport security checkpoint.....his IQ must be somewhere near Michael Vick territory



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