A rapper who participates at a favorite music video about becoming wealthy from an crime scam was detained Friday on federal charges, MTO News has heard. The rapper, Fontrell Antonio Baines, 31, of Memphis, Tenn., was accused of fraudulently using for over $1.2 million in jobless benefits, the Department Of Justice officials said.
Fontrell is famous online as Nuke Bizzle, plus he is a extremely common rapper. Nuke Bizzle was arrested on Sept. 23 at vegas, and authorities discovered eight EDD debit cards , seven of which have been at the titles of different men and women, according to an affidavit filed with the criminal complaint.
Weeks earlier that detain, Nuke Bizzle had snitched on himselfby producing a tune named EDD. EDD has been California’s Unemployment benefits application under its Employment Development Department.
MTO News got a movie of Nuke Bizzle, at which he rapped about performing”my own swagger to get EDD” and becoming wealthy by”move [ing] into the lender using a pile of them” while holding several envelopes out of EDD. Another person in the movie raps,”you have ta promote cocaine, I simply record a promise…”
Based on this affidavit, the research turned up 92 EDD debit cards piled with over $1.2 million in fraudulently obtained rewards sent to addresses which Baines had access to in Beverly Hills and Koreatown. Federal researchers state Baines and his co-schemers supposedly withdrew or invested over 704,000 in money from such cards.
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Nuke Bizzle was billed with entry device fraud, and aggravated identity theft, and interstate transport of stolen land. If convicted as charged, he faces a statutory maximum sentence of 22 years in prison.