Fairburn, GA

Quality Control artist Metro Marrs isn’t letting getting detained at his high school graduation keep him from making it rain again.

The 18-year-old rapper spoke to TMZ on Saturday (May 29), vowing to repeat the make-it-rain stunt he pulled off at his graduation next year when his brother graduates. The only difference? He’s going to throw $20,000 in the air as opposed to $10,000.

“Next graduation, I’ma throw 20,” he told the outlet. “I’ma just pull up. I’ma walk up, I’ma interrupt the graduation cause my brother’s … he in the 11th grade and I got potnas in the 11th grade, too. So I’ma pipe up their graduation too, no cap.”

Metro has reportedly given school officials at Langston Hughes High School a heads up on his antic. Although the previous stunt resulted in his detainment, ultimately there were no hard feelings between Metro and school authorities at his high school.

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The following day, he visited his principal and the two dapped up, putting to bed a rather memorable moment in the young rapper’s high school career.

Quality Control Rapper Metro Marrs Arrested For Tossing $10K During HS Graduation

Last week, Metro interrupted his high school graduation by walking on stage and proceeding to toss $10,000 worth of cash in the air. He was ultimately detained by police and charged with inciting a riot and disorderly conduct.