Fed pays people to watch Tsu Surf online


Tsu Surf is currently in custody on federal charges. But rumors circulate that the Fed has paid people to keep an eye on the veteran battle rapper’s social media.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Tsu Surf’s RICO Cost Investigation

Tsu Surf was arrested on Thursday, October 13th in New Jersey on RICO charges in connection with the DEA case.

The 32-year-old artist was arrested by the US Marshals Service New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force around 1:30 p.m., according to Fox 5, New York.

He has since been held in Essex County Jail in Newark, New Jersey.

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Moreover, Cerf was detained at his residence in Jersey City, believed to have been with an unidentified female companion.

According to reports, he tried to escape from the house through a backdoor, but law enforcement was already besieging it.

Upon seeing the authorities, Cerf retreated, barricaded himself with the woman at home, and called a crisis negotiator. Nevertheless, he surrendered peacefully after speaking with his negotiators.

Tsu Surf’s manager responds to rapper’s arrest

Tsu Surf’s manager, Qua Bellamy, made a statement about the incident as he sat down with Lisa Avers.

Evers also shared the message through his official Twitter account. She posted a video on her platform, briefly recounting her interactions with Bellamy.

She says ‘Qua says Tsu Surf is definitely not an escape. He said he was healthy and prepared to deal with federal law enforcement issues.’

She also said, ‘He’s also planning to take care of his family and business associates who depend on him. Qua says Tsu is not yet aware of the seriousness of the situation. But he is preparing for the worst and praying for the best.’

Nonetheless, Bellamy recently wrote on his Twitter page, ‘Yes, you can officially put ‘free’ in front of his name.’

Meanwhile, the hip-hop industry took a direct hit as rappers who were accused of RICO were recently arrested.

As you may not know, Young Thug and Gunna were detained in Atlanta in May this year along with 26 other YSL members.

They were charged with conspiracy to violate the RICO Act, murder and armed robbery. In addition, the report claims they are also charged with engaging in criminal street gang activity.

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