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Due to a federal narcotics accusation, rapper Fetty Wap may spend at least 5 years in jail.

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Fetty Wap, a rapper, entered a guilty plea on Monday to a federal narcotics charge carrying a mandatory minimum five-year prison term.

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Two weeks after the offence, the plea was submitted in the Eastern District of New York's Long Island courtroom.

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Fetty Wap, 31, was previously released on a $500,000 bail by U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven Locke.

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He goes by Willie Junior Maxwell II in real life. When Maxwell was detained on August 8 for breaking the terms of his parole,

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He contacted someone on FaceTime and threatened to murder them while flashing a firearm, according to an affidavit.

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In 2015, Maxwell, who is well known for his Grammy-nominated first track "Trap Queen," which peaked at No. 2,

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was one of six defendants charged with supplying more than 100 kg of drugs, including cocaine, in a federal indictment in October.

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They reportedly bought heroin and fentanyl on the West Coast.

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