Wu-Tang Associates Busted With 110 Ecstasy Pills
Two Wu-tang Clan affiliates, DJ Allah Mathematics and Streetlife, were arrested Monday night after cops found drugs on their tour bus. TMZ.com is reporting that the two were pulled over for a routine traffic stop, but when officers opened the door "the bus was filled with smoke and the odor of marijuana," according to the police report. Upon further investigation, authorities found several blunts and residue "in plain sight." Additionally 110 ecstacy pills were uncovered plus $8,615 in cash.
Mathematics, whose real name is Patrick Charles, and Streetlife, born Ronald Bean, were arrested on suspicion of drug possession with the intent to distribute alongside six other men who were busted on the bus. The bus driver however was only given a speeding ticket.
The two are best known for their work with fellow Wu members Method Man, GZA and Ghostface Killah. Mathematics produced Ghostface's 'Mighty Healthy' album, released in 2000. Streetlife was signed to Meth's record label and made his debut appearance on his 1994 album 'Tical.' He has since appeared on several songs with the rapper, they released the album 'Back to Back: Raw and Uncut,' in 2008.