Jim Jones is in serious trouble with the law.
The American rapper and reality star is facing drug and gun possession charges after the car in which he was riding led police on a brief chase in Coweta County, Georgia on Thursday (June 21).
The 41-year-old “We Fly High” rapper, police told TMZ, was one of four people in a gray Mercedes SUV, riding in the backseat of when officers signaled the driver to pull over.
The driver of the SUV, according to the Newnan Times-Herald, did not stop the vehicle but instead increased her speed and hit a law enforcement vehicle amid the pursuit.
Police searched the vehicle that Jones and three other passengers were in and allegedly discovered marijuana, oxycodone, Percocet, vape cartridges, THC oil, two loaded pistols, and cash. One of the guns found was reportedly stolen.
Jones and the other passengers denied possession of the items, but the “We Fly High” rapper said he had a prescription for the oxycodone and Percocet.
Police charged Jones for three felonies: possession of the stolen gun, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime and possession of narcotics.
The “Harlem” rapper was also charged with a misdemeanor for the prescription pills not being in their original container.
Jones was released on $7,000 bail.