Three Six Mafia member DJ Paul got slapped with community service Wednesday (March 13) stemming from his arrest in New York last year for carrying a taser.

According to TMZ, the Tennessee rhyme-slinger took a plea deal for his weapon possession arrest and plead guilty to disorderly conduct instead.

Last October, Paul was stopped by police after leaving a restaurant with an open beer in his hand. While he was being frisked, Paul told police that he was carrying a taser so he was placed under arrest. He was also charged with carrying an open container.

He was sentenced to 21 hours of community service, which should be easy for him to do although Paul would have to perform his duties in New York.

DJ Paul, nor his attorney, have commented on the matter.

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