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The Dipset rhymer was arrested this week "on suspicion of making terrorist threats," TMZ reports. Although sources wouldn't elaborate on what those threats entailed, the New York City MC was also accused of disorderly conduct.
Santana reportedly refused to let the police search his vehicle, and that led to his ride being impounded. He was released on $46,500 bail.
The arrest marks at least the third time this year the artist, born LaRon James, has run afoul of the authorities. In March, he was stopped by police outside of New York City's Webster Hall, where he had been slated to perform as part of Chris Brown's album release show.
Around the time, a rep for Juelz told the New York Post that the fuzz keep a quick watch on the rapper.
"The guys just follow around and sniff around for something to happen," the source said.
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