LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — A prosecutor says a Pennsylvania man whose rap music “glorified drug dealing and gun violence” has now been jailed on crack cocaine charges after a raid on his home earlier this month.

The Lancaster County district attorney’s office on Wednesday announced that 36-year-old Angel Pereira Jr. has been charged with making and possessing about $12,000 worth of crack cocaine seized during a raid of his Lancaster home on May 1.

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The suspect performs under the names “Giggles” and “GI, The General.”

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A news release from the DA’s drug task forces says the suspect’s videos, including “100 Rounds” and “Hood Life,” deal with the kinds of behavior with which he’s now charged.

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Pereira’s public defender couldn’t immediately be reached for comment Thursday. He’s due in court for a preliminary hearing Friday.

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