Entertainment Silento Charged With Driving 143 MPH On Interstate

15:21  26 october  2020
15:21  26 october  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Silento 's so famous he needed to drive 143 MPH to lose 10 cars following him after leaving the club after cops claim they clocked his 2020 BMW X3 sports SUV doing 143 MPH on Interstate -85, which Not a good look for Silento , who just last month was charged with assault with a deadly weapon in a

23, 2020 with driving 143 mph on an Atlanta interstate . The rapper faces several charges , including reckless driving and speeding. The rapper was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Prior to that arrest, he was charged with inflicting corporal punishment on a spouse or

Atlanta rapper Silento was arrested Friday and accused of driving 143 m.p.h. (230 kph) on Interstate 85, authorities said. Silento, or Richard “Ricky” Lamar Hawk, was charged with reckless driving, speeding, failure to maintain lane and improper stopping, news outlets reported.

A DeKalb police report said Hawk was pulled over around 3 a.m. after an officer witnessed Hawk’s white BMW swerving around slower cars. The report said Hawk initially argued with the officer about how fast he was going and insisted that he’d done nothing wrong.

Later, Hawk told the officer he was speeding because he normally gets followed when leaving events, the report said. The “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” rapper said he was at a club promoting his new song and that he could go 143 m.p.h. because he’s not “a regular person,” the report said. It was unclear whether Hawk had an attorney who would comment on his behalf.

The arrest comes a month after Hawk was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Hawk was accused of walking into an unlocked stranger’s home in the Valley Village area of Los Angeles and swinging a hatchet at the two people inside before one of them disarmed him. Prior to that arrest he was charged with inflicting corporal punishment on a spouse or cohabitant at a Santa Ana home on Aug. 28.

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