Rapper gets three-year probation after pleading no contest.
Too Short made the wrong move when he attempted to flee from cops after being pulled over for a DUI last March, but it doesn't look like he's going to pay the price.
The rapper faced seven different charges from the incident, including possession of MDMA, but according to TMZ, a Los Angeles judge agreed to drop six of them if the "Blow the Whistle" rapper agreed to plead no contest to the DUI charge.
What's more, he won't face any jail time despite having a number of previous DUIs on his record. Instead, the Oakland rapper gets three years' probation and mandatory alcohol education counseling.
Maybe the judge is a hip hop fan?
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