Quality Control Rapper Metro Marrs Detained for Making It Rain at Graduation
Written by on May 25, 2021
Metro Marrs was busted for making it rain at his own graduation.
The Quality Control rapper graduated from Langston Hughes High School in Atlanta on Friday and celebrated by pulling out $10,000 in cash and throwing it all over the stage. His fellow grads went wild, cheering him on, but school officials were not happy.
Police handcuffed the 18-year-old and escorted him out of the commencement ceremony. He was detained for attempting to start a riot and disorderly conduct, and ticketed for the offense.
Video of his stunt when viral on social media where fans shared their support and praise for the “Bye Felicia” hitmaker. “I wonder if his major was marketing…Either way this was genius!” one wrote.
Speaking with The Shade Room, Metro explained that he hadn’t seen his fellow classmates in person all year due to the pandemic and this was his way of giving back to some of them who may not have received money for their graduation.
“I was creating a moment that would be memorable,” said Metro, who waited until every student walked before throwing the money. “I had to do that for the last time. Everybody was lit! We graduating high school!”
Marrs was reportedly detained for several hours. It’s unclear if he is facing any charges related to the incident.
Marrs, who signed with Quality Control in October, joins a growing list of famous Langston Hughes High School alums including Summer Walker, Gunna, and Playboi Carti.