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Source:  VICE

Music artist Quintin “Q Nhannaz” Walters is ready to stop running.

As a young kid, growing up in the spotlight of his parents — the late Buffy the Human Beatbox from The Fat Boys and rapper Queen Pen, featured artist on the classic song “No Diggity” — he left his home in New York to start new roots in California.

In an effort to survive on his own, he began selling drugs and self-medicating to cope with his struggles.

In 2015, the Sacramento Police Department issued a warrant for his arrest, accusing him of drug trafficking and unlawful transportation with intent to distribute.

When Q got word that the police were looking for him, he went under the radar, always on the move, never staying in one place for too long.

VICE met up with Q to get a glimpse into what life on the run has been like and explore why he’s ready to stop running

Watch “Wanted for Drug Trafficking: Life on the Run” above and read the story at VICE.

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