Rapper Who Performed At 'March For Our Lives' Was Arrested Last Year For Carrying A Concealed Weapon

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On Saturday, rapper Vic Mensa sang for the gun control crowd at the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. One seeming irony: not only has Mensa owned guns, but he was arrested last year in Beverly Hills, California, and booked on a felony count of carrying a concealed weapon.

Mensa had been pulled over in February 2017 for running a stop sign and having tinted windows. He told police he had a gun in his car and showed them his concealed carry permit, but according to police, the permit was from another state. He was released on $35,000 bail after spending one night in jail.

In July 2017, according to TMZ, Mensa got two years probation after pleading no contest to carrying a concealed firearm in his car. The police dropped the second count of carrying an unregistered loaded firearm.

On Saturday, Mensa also told fellow rapper Killer Mike, who supports the Second Amendment, that he wanted to debate him about gun control. Mensa tweeted:

Killer Mike fired back:

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