Ty Dolla Sign Arrested on Drug Charges Two Hours Before His Concert

Ty Dolla $ign arrives at the U.S. premiere of

Ty Dolla $ign arrives at the U.S. premiere of"Bright at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles. Singer and rapper Ty Dolla $ign has been arrested Wednesday Sept. 5 2018 on drug charges in Atlanta

West Coast rapper YG wants to see Ty Dolla Sign free again.

He is expected to go before a judge Thursday morning.

Atlanta police arrested singer/rapper Ty Dolla $ign on drug charges Wednesday afternoon, less than two hours before he was to co-headline a concert at the Cellairis Amphitheatre near the city, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

A spokesperson tells us officers from the Atlanta Police Department are now on the scene, but charges have not yet been officially filed. Apparently, there was a small amount of some drug found in the auto and they let five people walk away.

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Officers allegedly pulled over the van the singer - né Tyrone Griffin, Jr. - was riding in because they smelled marijuana, the outlet reported.

An Atlanta Police Department spokesperson revealed that they're on the scene but there's yet to be any charges filed against Ty or his crew. He was reportedly stopped alongside six others and a subsequent search of his vehicle resulted in marijuana and cocaine being found by officers. The six other occupants in the vehicle were released without charges.

He'll be booked in the Fulton County Jail once the charges are finalized.

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