Freddie Gladney is popularlly called Bankroll Freddie, who was recently charged and arrested in Conway, Arkansas
Freddie was arrested for drug and gun possession.
Freddie is a well-known rapper from the United States, who is signed to record labels like Quality Control Music and Motown Records.
His hit music back to back includes, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Yachty, Young Dolph, Lil Baby, and Trapboy Freddy, was released in 2020.
Aside from these, he had a combo with Young Dolph on a remix of the album’s track “Rich Off Grass.”
Freddie released his second song, “Pop It”, featuring Megan Thee Stallion in 2021. The song was taken from his upcoming album, Big Bank, which will be published by Quality Control and Motown in 2021.
The rapper has been charged with several charges which include resisting arrest, simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, possession of schedule VI controlled substance with the purpose to deliver felony, speeding, etc.
Bankroll Freddie got busted in his own house in Conway, Arkansas, and is held under the police officials. He was arrested at 08:33 on 14th April 2022.
Gladney was arrested, as the police officials were pictured taking drugs out of his home in Conway, Arkansas. He has been charged with Schedule VI controlled substance, which is mostly marijuana.
The police officials are further investigating the case, and no further information regarding his jail sentence has been disclosed to the public yet.
Gladney attended Conway High School and graduated in 2013. He debuted in the music industry in 2017, with the release of the freestyle Lil Baby. His single “Drip Like This” got released in 2019.
In July 2019, he dropped the mixtape Saved by the Bales, and Quality Control followed up with a remix of a tune from the album called Drip Like Dis, which featured Young Dolph and Lil Baby.