Maybach Music Rapper Gunplay, real name Richard Morales, was given a $150,000 bond along with house arrest in court today, according to his attorney.
Two weeks ago, Gunplay turned himself in after a warrant had been filed in Miami Dade county stemming from the robbery of a man at a Miami tax business.
According to Gunplay’s lawyer, Michael Grieco:
“The state did not prove that Mr. Morales was a flight risk or a threat to the community…He should be home with his family shortly. This is first step in clearing his name so he can continue his emerging music career.”
As reported by NBC News Miami:
Morales faces charges of second charge of aggravated assault with a firearm and armed robbery with a firearm, online records show.
They stole a gold chain and cell phone, with Morales striking the victim several times in the head, and later threatening the man with his handgun, causing him to run for his life, the warrant said.
Police said that on April 13 Turron Woodside, an employee of The Tax Place at 14628 NW 7th Avenue, let Jones, who he knew, into the business. Jones, 26, then opened the door and Morales, who was hiding outside, came in with a handgun and demanded Woodside’s gold chain on his desk, the warrant said.
No word on if Rick Ross will pay for Gunplay’s bond!
SOURCE: NBC News.
Photo courtesy of Miami Dade Police