But Will They Pay For His Door? Afroman Drops Track After Police Raid His House


Afroman has gone viral after turning revealing CCTV footage of a police raid into a music video racking two million views on YouTube.

The home of Afroman, American rapper and musician best known for his hit songs Because I Got High and Colt 45 was raided by Ohio’s Adams County Sheriff Department back in August 2022.

This information has come to light after the release of Afroman’s latest track, “Will You Repair My Door”. The song takes shots at the Sheriff’s Department over the unjust raid on a warrant which was signed by a local judge. The authorities claim they were investigating possible drug trafficking and kidnapping charges.

Afroman takes revenge

Afroman is known for his humorous and often controversial lyrics. So, when the police could only find a small amount of cannabis, which was later returned, along with a refusal to pay for damages caused during the botched raid, he went to work on his latest masterpiece.

The video’s views on YouTube have surpassed two million after 12 days since its debut at the beginning of 2023. He can be heard making fun of the police, who believed they were dealing with a criminal when they weren’t.

The lyrics include.“There must be a big mistake, would you like to have a slice of my lemon pound cake”. He also took the opportunity to inquire why the word “kidnapping” appears on his documentation. Video shots show the warrant along with the line, “Are there any kidnapping victims inside my suit pockets”. As we see the police rummaging through his closet.

Since the video’s debut, it has become one of Afroman’s biggest hits on his YouTube channel. You can watch the full video below.

Written by Ian Hinksman

Ian Hinksman is the co-founder of Underground Sound, an out-of-the-box writer, content creator and entrepreneur with a decade of experience in the music and events industries.


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