Rapper Dorrough, best known for his 2009 hit “Ice Cream Paint Job”, had a rude awakening Tuesday (February 8), when authorities raided his Dallas home on suspicion of drug trafficking.
Reports said that 10 DEA agents kicked in the rapper’s door early Tuesday morning, looking for evidence.
However, it’s unclear if anything was found or if any charges were brought forth. An official word from authorities had not been answered at press time.
On Twitter (@DorroughMusic), Dorrough addressed the situation indirectly, writing “My day started off f***d up… Which means today will be a great day!”
In a statement, released from Dorrough on OzoneMag.com, the rapper claims agents found no evidence of drugs, nor could they make arrest following the raid.
“Although the home of the Dallas, TX native is lavish and complimented with vehicles to match, the DEA found no evidence and could not make an arrest after an elaborate investigation which may have been stereotype driven,” the statement read.
According to the rapper’s rep, “All they found were gold & platinum plaques (‘Ice Cream Paint Job’ sales) on the walls. Dorrough is anxious to get back in the studio to work and make more hits.”
Aside from issues with local authorities, Dorrough just dropped a new mixtape with DJ Drama, entitled Gangsta Grillz: Code Red, currently available for download at DorroughMusic.com.