The Queens native hasn't spoken to the press about the charges and what exact incidents they stem from, but there are many citations in the full list. Most of the charges do not include arrests, but there are a few felonies in the bunch. These include the aforementioned intention for attempted murder, endangerment, defacing a weapon and having a loaded firearm on his person without proper permits.
It's currently unknown when J-Love will go to trial or if any of the long list of charges will be consolidated into a more manageable series of offenses. Either way, it appears that his career as a DJ and producer of New York street rap is going on hiatus for the foreseeable future.
Throughout the years, J-Love has worked with some of New York's biggest names. Besides Nas, those include: Ghostface Killah, Kool G Rap, Cormega and substantial portion of Large Professor's Matador Records album '1st Class.'
Watch J-Love's 'Marijuana Thon' feat. Action Bronson, Jay Steele & Take-It