While authorities were at the home of Thugger, born Jeffrey Williams, to arrest him on Wednesday for allegedly making terroristic threats earlier in the month, they found probable cause to execute a search warrant, and on Thursday (July 16) obtained additional felony warrants, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
According to TMZ, arrest warrants were issued for the rapper for felony cocaine possession, felony marijuana possession and three counts of felony gun possession.
He was transferred to the Fulton County jail this afternoon and is reportedly being held without bond.
Earlier in the day on Thursday, an indictment against the man allegedly responsible for shooting at Lil Wayne's tour bus in April was posted online; Thug's name was mentioned in the indictment, though no charges against him have been brought in that case.
MTV News reached out to representatives for Young Thug, but they had no comment on Thursday's charges.