Blac Youngsta is facing some serious charges after he and two other men surrendered to police in Charlotte, N.C., on Tuesday (May 16) for their alleged involvement of shooting up Young Dolph’s bulletproof SUV in February.

Prior to turning himself in, Blac Youngsta told reporters outside of the police station that he had no involvement in the shooting. “I’m innocent,” he said. “I ain’t fire nothing. I didn’t see nothing. I didn’t do nothing.”

According to Youngsta’s attorney, the Memphis rapper turned himself in because police found the bullet-riddled van that was used in the shooting. Apparently, the van, which was registered under Youngsta's real name Sammie Benson, was reportedly stolen, which led to Youngsta turning himself in. “Obviously somebody ratted, somebody is snitching,” said Youngsta.

The two other purported accomplices, Frederick Black and Antavius Gardner, also turned themselves in to police. Authorities believed that the men were part of Youngsta’s inner circle.

All three men were charged with six counts of discharging a firearm into occupied property and one count of felony conspiracy.

Blac Youngsta is still in custody and is awaiting arraignment on the charges. Reps for the rapper had no comment on the matter.

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