Metro Marrs, Quality Control's youngest artist, was arrested at his high school graduation for making it rain.
In a video circulation on social media, Metro throws $10,000 to his fellow graduates on stage. Soon after, Metro is seen being handcuffed by officers from the Fulton County Schools Police Department.
A man can be heard saying, "At the graduation," before yelling for Metro to hand over more cash. The officer then asks the rapper to hand his cash over. The same officer then says that Metro will not be walking out of the ceremony his graduating class, but the graduates are heard chanting, "Let him go."
He was detained for attempting to start a riot and disorderly conduct and given a ticket. He later spoke to The Shade Room. Due to the pandemic, he had not seen his classmates. He wanted to do something nice for them.
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"I was creating a moment that would be memorable," he said. "I had to do that for the last time. Everybody was lit! We graduating high school!"