Juelz Santana flees New Jersey airport after TSA finds gun on him

Ivan Schwartz
March 12, 2018

Some people have posted lyrics from various Juelz Santana songs including "Run It" (featuring Chris Brown) and a Fabolous line from a freestyle. New reports claim the hip-hop artist has reportedly turned himself over to law enforcement following a weird gun possession incident 48 hours earlier.

Authorities are reportedly on the lookout for Juelz Santana after the rapper fled from Newark Liberty Airport on Friday after a gun was found on him while going through an airport screening.

TSA regulations state weapon possessions often result in fines as high as $9,800. He was born in New York City but now lives in New Jersey. 50 Cent also cracked a joke at the rapper's expense on Instagram.

A representative for Santana, whose real name is LaRon James, has been in contact with authorities to discuss surrendering, a source close to the investigation told NorthJersey.com, an affiliate of the USA Today Network.

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Friday reports claimed local law enforcement was reportedly on the prowl for Santana.

According to sources, the Harlem rapper attempted to go through security at Terminal C with a gun.

When the gun was located, the "There It Go" rapper reportedly ran from the airport and may have jumped into a cab before he could be detained.

Other reports by GizPress

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