Friday, August 17, 2007

Method Man offers to help out

Method Man has taken a deal to do community service after his legal-run in when he was stopped with dope both in his car and his bloodstream at a Brooklyn tollbooth.

His people are trying to spin it, though:

Defending his client's reputation, his lawyer Peter Frankel, tells the New York Daily News, "He's never been in trouble with the law before. This is a guy who flies in the face of all stereotypes about rappers."

Nice try, but only someone who'd smoked as much dope as Method man would buy that. Fly in the face of the stereotypes? He was so high, he could have flown over the Tollbooths.