Afroman recently revealed that his home in Ohio was raided by the Adams County Sheriff’s Office on August 21st. He was in Chicago at the time of the raid, and his neighbor told him about what was going on.
He also shared multiple security footage videos on Instagram showing law enforcement searching different areas of the house. “This is supposedly a drug and narcotics warrant that I had to pay top dollar for a technician to install a camera system. No drugs or guns on my computer screen. These are A thief who breaks into the homes and destroys property of law-abiding, tax-paying citizens,” he wrote. August 29th“I had to pay camera guys thousands of dollars to install the camera system. Just to make sure no one sees a thief pretending to be an enforcement agency.Cops stealing my money is like cops in St. Charles, Missouri.”
Afroman’s social media posts became popular. As of Aug. 30, Afroman said he thanked “Police Officer Poundcake” for helping him reach 13,000 followers on TikTok. The TikTok post has 4.7 million views.
according to TMZ Live In an interview with Afroman, law enforcement did not find what they were looking for. “They took a few cockroaches, an e-cigarette pen, a bottle of CBD. I think they thought I had hundreds, thousands of pounds, or something like that,” he said. He said. “They didn’t have to run around my driveway with an AR-15 or assault weapon of any kind. I would have gladly given it to them.” said he had footage of him withdrawing cash from his pocket.
“They came to me and asked me to make a statement. I need a lawyer. I don’t know why they came here like this,” he said.
TMZ also asked Afroman about a previous robbery that occurred in the past. He said it took police three days to visit his home and write a report on the incident. He continued to contact the local police department about the report. “I was following up on the progress of the case and I think the consistency of my calls was frustrating them. said. I had an interesting vibe, so I backed off, didn’t I?
The interviewer told him, “funny atmosphere“You know, cops talk politically correct things…” I said I felt like I was telling you to stop calling.
On September 1, a local news channel covering the case claimed that the search warrant listed “drug possession, drug trafficking, and kidnapping.” “No kidnap victims, no pounds of marijuana (especially in suit pockets), no drugs. Free. No arrest warrant for me,” Afroman said. I have writtenJust a few cockroaches in my ashtray vandalizing my property with cameras, stealing my money like the cops in St. made it so that they could not be seen stealing money from ”
Ohio legalized medical cannabis in 2016 but does not allow recreational cannabis. There was a legalization vote initiative in the works, but it has been postponed until the 2023 elections.