Honeykomb Brazy is an Alabama artist facing charges on illegal possession of Marijuana. On Wednesday 16th June, he appeared before an Alabama court for the hearing. Fox10News reported that the prosecuting bench was pushing the Mobile County Circuit Judge Wesley Pipes to revoke his 2016 probation so that he can be arrested. In previous charges, the Rap-A-Lot Records artists was found guilty as a convicted Felon after he was found in possession of an illegal firearm. The Judge however declined to honor the request to revoke the probation despite the increased concern over the recent conduct.
However, the uniqueness in the case is that the Prosecutors argued that the Alabama artist had violated the terms of his probation by using guns in his videos. The defense in counter argument said there was no evidence that the guns used were real. They argued that those were fakes only modeled to look like the real guns simply for the purpose of making the videos. In addition, the defense argued that in the videos there were disclaimer indicating that the guns used were only props used for the purpose of the production. His step mother also testified that she is one of his managers and that she attends his video shoots and the guns used were not real. She attested they were props.
The video producer for most of Honeykomb videos also faced the prosecution bench and attested that most of the items used for production are simulated and not real including the money, guns, and drugs. Rashad McCall’s Company produce his videos and it testified that it makes orders for all the props used in the making of the video and there are financial records showing that. Therefore, there is no likelihood that there are real guns in the videos. His Defense lawyer Jeff Deen argued that his client only makes music for entertainment and his frequent reference to guns and violence is meant to reflect what happens in the society but not his personal life.
“It comes with the industry,” he said. “It’s shocking to some of us, but that’s how they make their money. And it’s a very lucrative market, and this young man has a lot of talent. He’s a go-getter.”
Honey Komb’s behaviors are pointing to the revocation of his probation as fresh details emerged indicating that he might have violated. That is according to Mobile County Chief Assistant District Attorney Keith Blakwood.