It looks like Ralo is going to remain behind bars for a little while longer. According to NBC affiliate 11Alive, the ATL rapper, who’s legal name Terrell Davis, was denied bond for the second time on Tuesday after prosecutors alleged he continued to run a “drug empire” even while he was locked up. Prosecutors apparently provided evidence for these claims, which ultimately influenced the judge’s decision to deny his bond.

Ralo was arrested back in April on two federal counts of possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He was accused of moving nearly 2 million dollars worth of marijuana but has pleaded not guilty on the charges.

Supporters gathered outside of the courthouse to show support for Ralo on Tuesday, but it didn’t work in his benefit.

Despite his legal problems though, Ralo has continued to keep his fans happy with new music. Last month, the ATL rapper released a new project called 12 Cant Stop Shit, which you can stream right here on HNHH.

We’ll continue to keep you posted on all the latest with Ralo moving forward. Stay tuned.