According to TMZ, a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Crunchy Black after the former Three 6 Mafia rapper skipped out on a court date in November.

Crunchy was to appear in court in November after he allegedly assaulted his fiancée in March of last year in a hotel room in Minnesota, and was also caught with cocaine in his pocket. Following the arrest in March, the Memphis, Tennessee rapper was charged with two counts of domestic assault and one count of drug possession.

As a result of his missed court appearance, Crunchy Black is now wanted in Minnesota.



Although Crunchy Black left Three 6 Mafia in 2006, he is now a part of Da Mafia 6iX. In addition to Crunchy Black, other members in Da Mafia 6iX include DJ Paul, Koopsta Knicca and the late Lord Infamous.

Speaking exclusively with HipHopDX in June of last year, DJ Paul spoke further on news of the newly-formed group.

“Well, the first thing I want to clear up, and I cleared it up on Twitter yesterday, it’s not a Three 6 Mafia reunion [per se], because all the group members not in it—[Juicy J] is not in it—so it’s not considered a Three 6 Mafia reunion because it’s not Three 6 Mafia,” DJ Paul said. “I like to look at it or call it just a new project [or] group, it’s a new group, a totally new group—for the most part—and it’s a new project. Like I said, J’s not in it so it can’t be Three 6 Mafia because one of the key members not in it. So I just look at it as a new project that I’m taking on [or] a new group that just happen to be with people that I’ve known for most of my life and that I trust, so that’s why it don’t have the Three 6 Mafia name.”