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Wiz Khalifa didn't show up for court yesterday in El Paso. He was due there because of his arrest on pot possession. Back in May, the idiot tried to smuggle it on a plane and got busted. He then took selfies from his jail cell which led to people in the police department being suspended and one really close to getting fired. Because it is just a misdemeanor, Wiz probably felt like he didn't have to worry about it and he is probably right. They are not going to arrest him here in California because of a misdemeanor in Texas. I'm kind of surprised he didn't hire an attorney to appear for him and make all of this go away. Then again, he might have been too busy smoking pot to care.
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