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ALL The Rappers In A Virginia Rap Group Has Been INDICTED . . . For Selling Drugs . . . After The Feds Saw Their Latest YOUTUBE VIDEO!! (Self-Snitching)

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The FBI just indicted all seven members of the Cheesetown Money Gettaz, or CMG, a Virginia hip-hop group.

The feds filed a 54-page indictment in U.S. District Court saying that members of the group have been dealing narcotics in Hampton Roads since at least 2009. That year, members used drug proceeds to rent a music studio in the 5700 block of Arrowhead Drive in Virginia Beach and to buy recording equipment, the indictment said.

It alleges gang members used the CMG Studio, which featured blacked-out windows and security cameras outside, as a front to hide their drug trafficking.

The indictment repeatedly references CMG’s musical endeavors. It notes that in February 2014, Yarborough, Stephens and Jackson posted a video of themselves on YouTube titled “No Water, No Bake.” The indictment claimed it was designed to “promote and advertise their drug trafficking activities.”

Among the song’s lyrics: “They say the feds asking questions. Give them no word.”

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