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Nelly Busted With A Loaded .45 and 36 Bags of Heroin in Sierra Blanca Last Night

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Our friends at Riverfront Times reported today that rapper Nelly's tour bus was pulled over in the West Texas town of Sierra Blanca last night, the same checkpoint town Fiona Apple, Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg were pulled over in. Only this time, besides weed, Nelly had a loaded .45 and heroin in the mix. Drug-sniffing dogs lead police to the stash, and a member of his "entourage" was arrested. Nelly was let go.

Note to tour managers: DON'T ROUTE YOUR ACT THROUGH SIERRA BLANCA IF THEY HAVE A LOADED GUN AND 36 BAGS HEROIN ON THEM. Or, really, at all.

Oh, Nelly. Can't we just go back to the simpler days? Like when you played the Wildflower Festival?

See also: - Fiona Apple arrested in West Texas for hash possession

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