The media learned that the former Cash Money Records superstar admitted guilt to misdemeanor marijuana charges, but will not serveNew
The conviction came after the rapper was arrested early last year for smoking marijuana at his house. Neighbors contacted police. When the authorities arrived, the rapper's front door was reportedly open, where he was found in possession of the controlled substance.
One of Juvy's producers, Leroy Edwards later said the misdemeanor amount of marijuana was his.