The rapper claims to have been falsely accused and strikes back at the "hip hop police."
Earlier this year, Dorrough was arrested after DEA officials raided his home claiming that he was involved in drug trafficking. Now, the Dallas rapper has decided to release a documentary, and a song, detailing the incident in hopes to show that he was falsely accused and subsequently violated.
"What if my daughter was there?" he tells allhiphop.com. “All these thoughts going on in my head...I think they was out of line the way they did it. My girl is crying, scared and it’s more like they violated me.”
Dorrough says that law enforcement kicked in his door, pointed a gun at his face, threw him to the ground and searched his home. He believes if he had reached for his gun that he would have been shot and killed. In addition, the rapper says he has documents that claim police were planning the raid for over a year.
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