Rapper Yelavigee re-arrested over past legal issues

30-year-old rapper Markies Deandre Conway was arrested Thursday on charges of sexual assault in 2021, according to online prison records. Beez was arrested at the Colin County Sheriff’s Office one day after the judge issued an arrest warrant for him.

In the warrant substantive examination, the judge in the case judged that the bail bond before the rapper was insufficient due to the ‘lack of deposit’. His bonds are currently set at $1 million.

He was arrested six months ago on various felony charges. This includes sexual assault and the abandonment or endangering of children. He is also charged with illegally carrying a weapon, which is a misdemeanor.

Yella Beezy was released on bail of $57,500 after being arrested.


Yella Beezy Arrest Details

A few days later, the anonymous woman released new details about the incident, claiming that Beezy raped her on a date. After the allegations, Bizzy defended herself through SNS. He said he was arrested before being questioned. He knew everything going on. But that claim was false. “Everyone who knows me knows that I am not under pressure to have sex or anything like that. I am not a warrior.”

Regarding the child abuse allegations, he said everyone knew he would never harm or endanger his children. He said he would die for them, saying, “Child abuse has nothing to do with sexuality for those who don’t understand. It happened when they arrived and arrested me.

Legal history of Yella Beezy

According to reports, it is the third arrest this year. According to the Dallas Morning News, he was arrested in February on charges of illegal carrying of weapons after police stopped traffic and found five guns in an SUV.

According to the newspaper, the case is still ongoing. Yella Beezy was also arrested in August on drug and weapons charges. It is unclear whether the case is still ongoing, but according to the newspaper.

According to CBS Dallas, Busey was shot several times while driving on the Sam Rayburn Tollway in Louisville in 2018. According to police, dozens of bullets were fired and Vizi was taken to the hospital.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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