French Montana Shares Video Of Cops Searching His Private Jet For Cocaine


Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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French Montana posted a video Tuesday that showed officials in Colombia searching his private jet for cocaine.

Police derailed the famous rapper’s travel plans when they detained his plane and sent in their drug-sniffing dogs to see if the star had drugs on board. Montana was trying to fly out of South America on Tuesday, but remained grounded until the search for cocaine was completed.

“Colombia I love y’all, but you don’t have to do me like this,” Montana, whose real name is Karim Kharbouch, said in the video.


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Montana kept his camera rolling and video recorded the scene as it unfolded. A handful of police officers could be seen boarding his plane alongside their drug-sniffing K9s as they rummaged through the star’s personal items.

The artist remained calm throughout the ordeal, but continued to film, expressing how he felt about the ordeal as it all unfolded around him.

At one point Kharbouch bent over and gave one of the police dogs a pat on the head as officers looked on.

“They got the dogs on the plane. They got us trapped in here … and the dogs. There you go,” he said. “You know we Cokeboys, but you don’t get coke boys for that,” he said, referring to his record label, “Cokeboys.”

“Streets are so fucked up, they thought I was bringing in a big load,” Kharbouch added in the video, which he captioned, “TRAPPED IN COLOMBIA 🇨🇴 ! THEY THOUGHT I WAS BRINGING BACK THE BIG LOAD !! #cokeboys”

“I know you guys seen the strip clubs all fucked up, They thought I was coming to save the streets, bringing a big load,” he continued.

Montana proclaimed his innocence once more. (RELATED: Jake Paul Denies Cocaine Use Rumors In Hilarious Video)

“They ‘aint find that, now we good,” Kharbouch explained.

He appears to have been cleared for takeoff, but the rapper’s whereabouts have not been confirmed.