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Video: Police raid aspiring rapper’s home as he films himself waving cash on Facebook Live

June 4, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Video: Police raid aspiring rapper’s home as he films himself waving cash on Facebook Live

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A rapper’s Florida residence was raided by authorities as he recorded a video on Facebook Live showing him swinging around stacks of cash.

Breon Hollings, 22, was taken into custody on Thursday after police raided his home in Jacksonville.

Seconds before the bust, the striving rapper began recorded a Facebook Live video, where he is standing shirtless while waving around stacks of money, CBS47 reported.

In the midst of his boasting, Hollings pauses and looks over the camera, as an officer is heard shouting over a loudspeaker.

Police were already planning a raid on the aspiring rapper’s house, so his Facebook Live video is not why officers were at his home

He quickly walks out of the room, and the police can be heard more clearly.

“Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. We have a warrant. Come to the door.”

Then a loud noise is heard as cops enter and lights flash from outside, which is still being recorded.

Then armed police officers come into the room and walk out several times before one cop sees the camera recording and ends the video.

Police had already organized the raid, and the video was not the reason they were there, WJAX reported.

Hollings was arrested after Jacksonville Sheriff’s Officers discovered a handgun, crack cocaine, ammunition, Oxycodone, and drug paraphernalia.

Hollings then runs out of the room and a loud noise can be heard as police enter the house. About a minute after Hollings ran out, an officer can be seen entering the room to check on it

He is facing charges of armed cocaine possession, armed possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia for the manufacture of drugs and possession of a firearm by a convict.

He is being held without bond.

Hollings has already been convicted twice in the past of drug charges and has other convictions for trespassing, criminal mischief, and child abuse.

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