Early Saturday morning, St. Louis rapper Nelly was making his way through Tennessee’s I-40 when he was pulled over by a local state trooper. According to local reports, the rapper and five other members of his entourage were pulled over due to not having U.S. Department of Transportation documents visible.

After being stopped, Nelly was charged with felony possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana — stating that they found “five colored crystal-type rocks that tested positive for methamphetamine.

Authorities also found several handguns, including a a .500 Smith & Wesson magnum, a .45-caliber Taurus pistol and a gold-plated .50-caliber Desert Eagle pistol.