Rapper Fetty Wap admitted Monday that he was guilty of the conspiracy drug charge, which has a mandatory five year prison sentence

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The guilty plea in Central Islip on Long Island was made before U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven Locke, 

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who had removed his bond and sentenced the defendant to prison just two weeks ago.

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The date of sentencing has not been established.

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Locke made the move after prosecutors claimed that Wap the actual name was Willie Maxwell in violation of the conditions of his pretrial release from the case of his drugs.

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The "Trap Queen" rapper was initially detained in October last year for allegedly participating in a scheme to smuggle huge quantities of heroin, fentanyl, 

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and other substances to the New York City area

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He pleaded guilty to conspiring in possession and distribution of controlled substances which is the most serious charge in the indictment filed against him.

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It comes with a mandatory minimal sentence that is five years of prison, 

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while Federal sentencing rules are expected to recommend more years of prison.

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Maxwell along with five co-defendants was charged with conspiring to acquire and distribute more than 100 kilograms of heroin, fentanyl, and crack cocaine between June 2019 and June 2020.

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