Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka has been cleared of serious gang and drug charges earlier today (May 3rd).
TMZ reports that a Henry County, Georgia grand jury cleared Waka Flocka of drug charges, after finding there was not enough evidence to convict the rapper.
According to TMZ, Waka had already been cleared of three charges before the case went in front of a grand jury today.
Police raided the Georgia home of Waka Flocka in December of 2010.
Police were looking for evidence of gangs, drugs and have found marijuana and weapons.
The grand jury ultimately tossed out the remaining charges: possession of a controlled substance and possession of less than an ounce of weed.
Waka’s mother/manager Debra Antney denied the charges against her son in January of 2011, just a month after the initial raid.
“I bust my ass to keep these guys straight getting they ass out the streets so they can’t do what they are doing to them you understand what I am saying,” Antney said in protest of the arrest.