Detroit rapper back behind bars after posting music video that proved he violated bond
DETROIT – A Detroit rapper is back in custody after breaking the rules of his bond and posting evidence online. Sebrell Cole, also known as Brello, is a Detroit rapper. According to court documents, Brello posted a music video that featured himself in possession of a gun. After the music video was posted online, federal agents executed a search warrant at the Hamburg Street location. Officials said Brello admitted that the music video was filmed while he was out on bond and was not supposed to possess any firearms.
‘No shortage of gun violence’: What ATF is doing to combat spike in illegal gun sales in Metro Detroit
But it’s the illegal gun sales in Metro Detroit that are grabbing the attention of ATF agents. Keith Krolczyk is an assistant special agent in charge of ATF Detroit. “There is no shortage of gun violence in Detroit,” Krolczyk said. AdEdwards first got the attention of agents when, according to court documents, he started texting with James Clark from Southgate. Court documents revealed that Clark’s girlfriend would use a Facebook account to post images and short videos to her account showing the different guns for sale.