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Three 6 Mafia Rapper Crunchy Black Wanted For Allegedly Beating Fiancee

Thu, January 8, 2015 9:44am EDT by 1 Comment
Crunchy Black Arrest Warrant

Absolutely shocking! Three 6 Mafia rapper, Crunchy Black is wanted in Minnesota after failing to appear in court for two domestic violence charges and a drug possession charge reportedly stemming from an incident back in March, 2014.

Famed Thee 6 Mafia rapper, Crunchy Black, 38, is a wanted man after failing to appear for a court appearance in November, 2014 for domestic violence and a drug possession charge, according to a new report. Last March the Grammy award-winning artist was arrested after he allegedly beat up his fiancée and was found with cocaine in his pocket.

Crunchy Black Arrest Warrant — Wanted For Domestic Violence & Drug Possession

Crunchy is definitely in hot water. The rapper was charged with two counts of domestic assault and one count of drug possession, according to TMZ. After he did not show up for a second court date in November, a warrant has not been issued for his arrest.

Last March, Crunchy and his unnamed fiancée were reportedly in their hotel room when guests were disturbed and overheard screams coming from their room. A hotel employee then allegedly went to check on the couple only to find that his fiancée had locked herself in the bathroom.

According to the site, the employee said that she would only come out of the bathroom is Crunchy would, “stop beating her.” That is when police arrived and reportedly found blood on the hotel bed as well as facial injuries.

Crunchy was immediately arrested and jailed — but not for domestic violence. At the time of the arrest, cops allegedly found cocaine in his pocket.

The rapper who won a Grammy with his group for their song, “It’s Hard Out There For A Pimp” is currently a wanted man in Minnesota.

Our thoughts go out to Crunchy’s fiancée during this extremely difficult time.

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you surprised that Crunchy didn’t show up for his court appearances? Let us know your thoughts below!

— Caitlin Beck