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Rapper 2 Chainz has been found not guilty of marijuana possession following his arrest in February.

Chainz, whose real name is Tauheed Epps, was taken into custody in Easton, Md., on Feb. 14, after police officers found drugs in a van the rapper was a passenger in.

He was booked on charges of possessing cannabis, but on Wednesday, a judge dismissed the case due to a lack of evidence the weed belonged to Epps. The judge ruled it was impossible to tell if the marijuana actually belonged to 2 Chainz, as there were six other passengers in the car, according to TMZ.

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