Ralo plays off his recent legal issues as if they were dictated by broader strokes in the universe. Ralo contends that other men of their word are either confined to prison cells or buried in the ground, almost unflinchingly. His vivid account of life in the streets is what led law enforcement to unleash their inner bloodhound on his trail. An affidavit claims that on an April 16th flight, Ralo was detained with $840k worth of narcotics.
Law enforcement also believes that his rap is or has ties to a dangerous narcotics ring. Amid the smokescreen that is his "bad reputation," Ralo has not relented in his pursuit of music, if anything it has intensified. Diary of the Streets 3 was released in February to mixed reviews, and his tour of the Southern States has taken him as far as Maryland. 12 Can’t Stop Sh*t, his latest mixtape, is ultimately Ralo not wanting to play "Obvious Child." His willingness to show forth an unfiltered experience is both his appeal and his downfall in the eyes of the law.