Who is Metro Marrs? Migos labelmate, 18, detained for making it rain $10K at graduation: 'He did nothing wrong'

The 18-year-old hip-hop artist got detained for attempting to start a riot and disorderly conduct, as revealed by Metro Marrs’ manager Barry Johnson of Since The 80s Records


                            Who is Metro Marrs? Migos labelmate, 18, detained for making it rain $10K at graduation: 'He did nothing wrong'
Metro Marrs (Instagram @metromarrs)

Rapper Metro Marrs, who is signed to Quality Control Records, was detained on May 21, Friday after he tossed $10,000 during his graduating ceremony. The teen rapper, who graduated from Langston Hughes High School nearby Atlanta, finished his graduation with a bang after he started throwing bundles of cash in the air. A lot of videos filmed by his fellow students made it to the Internet where he was seen taking out wads of cash from his pants and making it rain.

The school officials did not seem happy with his move as the rapper was then busted for making it rain. According to The Shade Room, the 18-year-old hip-hop artist got detained for attempting to start a riot and disorderly conduct, as revealed by Metro Marrs’ manager Barry Johnson of Since The 80s Records.
 
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Metro Marrs (Instagram @metromarrs)

 

What exactly happened at the graduation ceremony?

Multiple Instagram stories made it to the official account of Metro Marrs where we could see the crowd at the graduation ceremony going absolutely nuts as Marrs threw cash in the air. He had also shared a selfie on his Instagram account wearing the black ceremony robe and captioned it as, “And we outta dere #classof2021.”

According to The Shade Room, the police stopped him for disorderly conduct and attempting to start a riot. As of now, it not clear whether the labelmate of Migos is facing any charges related to the incident or not. The management team of the rapper later shared a video from his Instagram account where he can be seen getting detained by a cop. They captioned the video snippet as, “#freeme y’all tag @theshaderoom in the comments  #classof2021 I love yallll! (This his management team) #freemetro he will get out in a couple of hours."  Marrs later spoke to the website The Shade Room and told them, “I was creating a moment that would be memorable. I had to do that for the last time. Everybody was lit! We graduating high school!”  The rapper got overwhelmed as he had not seen his fellow classmates all year due to the unfortunate pandemic.  



 

 

 



 

 

Who is Metro Marrs?

Metro Marrs, who is now a graduate from Langston Hughes High School, is signed to Quality Control Records, which is also home to hip hop trio Migos. He was signed to the label when he was 17. He is best known for his singles like ‘Bye Felicia’, ‘Oh Yea’ and ‘Nonchalant’. The school from where Marrs graduated was earlier attended by rappers like Summer Walker, Gunna, and Playboi Carti. Marrs has been making music since he was in ninth grade and now since he has graduated, he will be completely focusing on his music career. 



 

 

Internet is 'confused'

A few social media users took to Twitter after the news of Metro Marrs getting detained surfaced online. One said: "He literally did nothing wrong wtf is this shit." One user got furious and stated, “F**k the American Education System! Always trying to make us dummer...why have 10's of thousands young 17-18 well informed? Cause they scared! no cap.” Another tweeted, “He still gonna feel good when he look back 30 years from now. Hopefully he won’t be broke. That’s still gangsta.” One user asked, “I’m confused……. What are the charges???? Whereas, another added, “His charge must have been insisting a riot cuz I would have laid a few ppl out for that cash.”

 



 

 

 

 



 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

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