Rapper Sauce Walka, whose real name is Albert Walker Mondane, finds himself in legal hot water after a dramatic car chase reaching speeds of 130 mph culminated in a crash. The incident unfolded during the early hours of Wednesday morning, December 6, in Houston, as detailed in court documents obtained by FOX 26 Houston.
The 33-year-old artist has been charged with evading arrest or detention involving a motor vehicle, watercraft, or tire deflation device. The chase spanned over two miles before Walka’s vehicle collided.
Details regarding any injuries sustained by Sauce Walka or subsequent medical treatment remain unclear. However, he is scheduled to make a court appearance on Friday, December 8.
Following his arrest, Sauce Walka took to Instagram Stories to share a video from jail. In the recording, he assures his fans of his well-being and anticipates a swift release from police custody.
“I want to tell all my fans that I appreciate y’all for your care and concern,” he says. “I’m good, I’m straight. I made it through a catastrophic accident and the Super Saiyan that I am, I’m still here, I’m good, I’m healthy and will continue to be wealthy.”
Acknowledging his current incarceration, he adds, “Right now, I’m incarcerated but I should be getting out soon. I’ma drop a video for y’all ’cause I know y’all miss me. And I’ve been working hard so I’ve got some more work I’ma drop for y’all.”
The rapper’s legal situation unfolds against the backdrop of this high-speed incident, with fans eagerly awaiting updates on both his personal safety and the outcome of the impending court proceedings.