According to TMZ, Georgia authorities saw the video of Rich Homie’s 1-year-old in the midst of Quan’s apparent weed-smoking, and Child Protective Services – along with the Fulton County Police Department – have now teamed up to investigate.
Sources revealed that CPS wants to sit down with Quan and ask him a few questions. If law enforcement feels that the former Rich Gang member put his kid in harm’s way, he could face possible criminal charges, including endangering a child and reckless behavior.
Rich Homie responded to the speculations in his own way via Instagram. No word on when RHQ will speak to authorities.
SOURCE: TMZ | PHOTO CREDIT: Snap Chat, IG, Getty
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