(RepublicanDaily.org) – Sauce Walka, a rapper from Houston, Texas, led police officers on a high-speed chase that saw speeds of up to 130 miles an hour but was eventually caught and arrested after crashed the vehicle.
Walka, whose real name is Albert Walker Mondale, ran from police officers who saw him run a red light off Homestead Road in north Harris County. Police attempted to conduct a traffic stop after witnessing the offense, but instead of pulling over, Mondale sped away in his 2021 Jeep Tracker and attempted to run away from police. However, the high rate of speed he was going on eventually led to a loss of control, which in turn led to him crashing the vehicle and being arrested.
The 33-year-old rapper was charged with felony evading arrest and detention in a vehicle, but has since been released on a $15,000 bond. He has also posted a video on Instagram, telling his 1.6 million followers that he is still “untouched, unscathed, unblemished” after the whole ordeal.
Mondale began his career as a member of Houston-based rap group Mostheard, but was rapping with the monicker “A-Walk.” He adopted his current alias, Sauce Walka, in 2014, partnering with another rapper, Sancho Saucy, to form a duo called Sauce Twinz. He also put up his own independent label called The Sauce Factory.
This is not the first time Mondale has had a run-in with the law. He pleaded guilty to deadly conduct in 2009 over a shooting incident that happened at a Texas Southern University concert.
As a result of the incident, Mondale said that he would try to calm down and change his “wild” lifestyle, saying that not doing so would be a disservice to many of his fans to whom he is a “role model.”
“I appreciate y’all for your care and concern,” Mondale said on social media. “I’m good, I’m healthy and will continue to be wealthy,” he added.
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