DJ Big Mike Claims Trap-A-Holics Helped Police In Music Piracy Arrest
DJ Big Mike posts a statement allegedly made to police by DJ Trap-A-Holics around the time of his music piracy arrest.
With charges stemming from his 2011 arrest for music piracy now officially behind him, DJ Big Mike now seems intent in calling out those he believes aided police in his arrest. Among those DJ Big Mike is certain assisted police in their case is DJ Trap-A-Holics and he let it be known in a series of Tweets made yesterday, March 25th.
In one Tweet, DJ Big Mike advised fellow artists to reconsider if they have any plans on working with DJ Trap-A-Holics and also included a picture of what appears to be a statement from the popular mixtape deejay, real name Santos Figueroa. The statement is dated June 21st, 2011, DJ Big Mike was arrested roughly a week prior.
In one of his numerous Tweets, the Connecticut-based deejay also claimed that Matt “Fat Matt” Pollak of Empire Mixtapes also wrote a statement for police.
Matt "fat matt" pollak aka empire mixtapes is going on blast next,he wrote a statement too... #djssnitchingondjs— BIG MIKE THE RULER (@bigmikeruler) March 25, 2013
Despite working with the likes of D-Block, Lil Kim, and Wiz Khalifa, DJ Big Mike was arrested in his home in Connecticut roughly two years ago after being investigated by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) for several years.
On top of music piracy charges, DJ Big Mike and his brother were also charged with using an unauthorized shipping account. The various charges have since been dropped, according to DJ Big Mike.
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