Police charged popular Bronx drill rapper Nas EBK for assault and terroristic threats.
Drill rapper Nas EBK has turned into one of the most buzzing rappers out of New York right now. The budding Bronx star has dished out several singles over the past months that have caught everyone’s attention and turned him into one of the most talked about new artists out of New York’s drill scene. However, part of the discussion surrounding his name isn’t necessarily from music. He also made a solid career as a YouTuber, which has undoubtedly played a significant role in his recent success as an artist.
Nas EBK’s had a few viral moments, thanks to the viral pranks he pulls for his YouTube channel. Though pranks videos are nothing new to the YouTube community, it’s certainly grown in tandem with TikTok. Some of them prove to be hilarious while others seem harmful. Unfortunately, the videos that fall in the latter category can also lead to actual repercussions involving law enforcement, which is the case for Nas EBK.
Police Arrest Nas EBK For Terroristic Threats
Per Northjersey.com, police arrested Nas EBK, real name Nasir Valenzuela, this week after a prank at a ShopRite went left. U.S. Marshals picked up Valenzuela on Tuesday in Penns Grove and charged him with terroristic threats and assault following a prank video that was shot in Rochelle Park. The video was posted on Buba100x’s YouTube page where they walk around ShopRite, asking shoppers strange questions and screaming at them.
Nas EBK eventually got physical with some of the people involved in these pranks. At one point, he took a hat off of an employee’s head, which escalated to violence. Nas EBK and Buba began to argue with the employee before the latter brandished a knife, according to police. “Walk toward me again and I’ll violate you,” the rapper said in the video before kicking the man. EBK, Buba, and the filmmaker fled the scene afterward before authorities arrived at the scene. Police charged EBK with possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes, simple assault, terroristic threats, and disorderly conduct. He’s currently being held in Bergen County Jail.