Crittenden County, AR – Bankroll Freddie was reportedly arrested in Arkansas on Thursday (April 14) on gun and drug charges, plus others.

According to jail records, the Quality Control rapper — real name Freddie Gladney — was arrested at 8:33 p.m. and charged with resisting arrest – refusing to submit to arrest/active or passive refusal, simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, possession of schedule VI controlled substance with the purpose to deliver – felony, speeding and possession of schedule I or II LT 2GM.

The 27-year-old is located at Crittenden County Sheriff’s Office and being held for another agency. His total bond was set at $2,870, but it’s since been removed from police records.

Bankroll Freddie released his latest album Big Bank in April 2021 via Quality Control and Motown Records, with features coming from Young Dolph, Megan Thee Stallion, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, EST Gee, Young Scooter, PnB Rock and BIG30.

During an interview with XXL last year, Bankroll Freddie revealed he grew up listening to Yo Gotti, Three 6 Mafia, Project Pat, Cash Money and No Limit. He also talked about wanting to get his music out to a wider audience.

“I feel like a lot of stuff I did is slept on,” he said. “Probably because ain’t too many people heard me. I’m a new face to the world. A lot of people may not have heard my new stuff, my old stuff. It’s more about putting it out there, put it in they face.”

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Describing the standout moment of his career so far, he said, “I met Diddy. I been around him like four, five times. He just shouted me on his page. ‘Yo, Freddie got next!’ He just supported me. [I met him at] the Stripper Bowl in Miami last year. I got videos and everything. That was pretty lit.”

Bankroll Freddie released his latest single “Pickin’ Sides” featuring Icewear Vezzo on April 8 — watch the video below.