Rapper, performed at the “March for Our lives’ so far pleaded guilty to gun crime

Vic Mensa performs “We Could Be Free”, during the “March for Our lives” rally in support of gun control in Washington, Saturday, 24. March 2018.

(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Rapper, Vic Mensa, performed the well-known at the “March for Our lives” rally in Washington, DC on Saturday, and the following for an AR-15 rifle ban, a plea of guilty to a gun crime last year.

In March 2017, Victor Kwesi Mensah, known professionally as Vic Mensa, was arrested during a routine traffic stop in California for a concealed weapon in his car without a permit, according to TMZ.

At the time of the arrest, Mensa said that he had a concealed carry permit for the gun; but the approval has not been recognize by the state of California. Mensa pleaded no contest to a charge of carrying a concealed weapon in his car, and in July, was sentenced to two years probation. The second charge of carrying an unregistered weapon deleted was loaded.

On Saturday, shortly after in March, Mensa tweeted his support for the ban of the AR-15 rifle. He also dedicated his performance at the rally on the “unarmed black men and women killed by police weapons.”

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