The former manager of rap duo Clipse
has been indicted for allegedly running a $10 million-a-year drug cartel across the U.S.
Anthony 'Geezy' Gonzalez is alleged to have headed up a massive drug ring for the last six years, shifting 100 pounds of cocaine and over a ton of marijuana through Virginia. A federal investigation into his dealings, and that of six of his associates, has turned up evidence suggesting Gonzalez imported the narcotics from Panama, Florida, California and Arizona, laundering millions through various businesses, including Clipse's booking agency, Soul Providers Management.
The legal documents state the defendants pretended they were "music producers, rappers, entrepreneurs, club owners, clothing designers and other legitimate occupations in order to conceal the true source of their income."
According to AllHipHop.
com, Gonzalez is facing a total of 82 counts - but remains at large as WENN goes to press.
Clipse are not thought to be directly involved in the charges.
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