Do you recall Atlanta native Young Dro? Well, the "Shoulder Lean" rapper is back and making headlines, but unfortunately it's not due to new music he's releasing. Dro, who signed with T.I.'s Grand Hustle Records in 2004, was recently arrested for theft in his home state.

On Saturday (March 29), the artist was reportedly arrested and charged with theft by conversion of leased or rented personal property stemming from a February incident, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

While he was in custody, officials found out he had a warrant for his arrest for an unrelated incident. “In the process, officers learned of an outstanding warrant for his arrest in DeKalb County,” spokeswoman Cynthia Williams said.

Dro, who released his unabashed anthem "FDB," off his High Times album in 2013, is being held without bond.

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