Further details on rap groupie Kat Stacks‘ Tennessee arrest last week has been provided by a law enforcement source, who claims there is a high possibility the Internet sensation could be deported back to her native country of Venezuela.
According to reports, Stacks will not be released on bail and faces deportation to Venezuela this week.
The young mother born Andrea Herrera-Cardena was detained in Nashville, Tennessee just three days after celebrating her 21st birthday. She’s currently being held without bail at the Nashville Correctional Development Center For Females. “She didn’t get arrested for a state charge, so she must’ve missed an immigration court date in the past. Once that happens they start looking for you and once they got you… it’s a wrap,” says Miss Pugh a police assistant at Nashville’s CJC. Pugh also stated that most of the time illegal aliens are deported within seven days of detainment. However, if the woman who made a name for herself by sexing and terrorizing rappers seeks council, there may be a chance she stays on US soil. (VIBE)
Over the weekend, Stacks’ mother discussed her daughter’s arrest.
“GOD WORKS in MYSTERIOUS WAYS .. @ihateKatStacks WILL BE HOME SOON we spoke , SHE’s Fine !!! =D,” she tweeted over the weekend.
“Hello World !!! @ihateKatStacks my DAUGHTER s fine , we spoke today 4 times… She said THANKS for the SUPORT to#TeamKatStacks n her Fans”
“@ihateKatStacks …SHE’ll not b DEPORTED stop with, SHE’ll b HOME SOON YOU’ll see her WSHH her 2nd HOME SOONER . PLZ RT RT RT RT RT” (Kat Stacks’ Mother Twitter)
Last week, Stacks revealed she was arrested in Tennessee.
“Dear nashville your wing stores suck (Knockout Chicken) & yall promoters BROKE.,” she tweeted Friday (November 5).
“Racist a** Nashville town the security has had me on hold for over an hour now”
“Smh as soon they saw my foreign passport they started fucking with me. The police already cleared me but still messing with me”
“I’m getting arrested have fun without me.” (Kat Stacks’ Twitter)
In the summer, Stacks spoke on initially regretting her decision to expose rappers in videos.
“When I first made the Internet blog, I regretted it, because everybody stopped talking to me,” Stacks revealed in the interview. “But as I got bigger in time, bigger names and muthaf*ckas in the game, they all started getting at me. It just upgraded my career. Now I don’t gotta go work. I don’t gotta do sh*t. All I gotta do is show up at a [club] and get paid [for appearances] I don’t regret it anymore. The first time I did it, I was like, ‘D*mn, why the f*ck I did this sh*t? Because I was drunk? Just to embarrass muthaf*ckas?’ I didn’t expect to get money out of it. Now these muthaf*ckas keep f*ckin’ with me, so I’m gonna continue to do Kat Stacks.” (The 305)
No further details have been provided as of now.
Check out Redman speaking on Kat Stacks down below: