In Loaded Gun Case

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 17, 2017

Vic Mensa attends the Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 Show at Park Avenue Armory on February 16, 2017 in New York City. Representatives for the District Attorney's office have told TMZ.com he pleaded no contest to the concealed weapon charge while the loaded firearm count was dropped. Mensa reportedly took a plea deal in a concealed weapon case, and now faces two year's probation. Apparently, he was risking two years in jail, but instead, all he has to do is pay $500. Since he just dropped his new album, "The Autobiography". we're guessing he'll pay.

Valencia confirm Diego Alves departure
Last September, Alves entered the record books making a record-breaking seventeenth penalty save in Spain's top flight. Alves made 146 first-team appearances for Valencia after his 2011 move from Almeria.

Vic was busted back in March for carrying a loaded gun after cops stopped him for running a stop sign in Beverly Hills. During the stop, he informed officers that he was carrying a gun, but the permit papers he produced for the firearm were for another state.

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