A washed up rap artist who threatened to bomb attorney Phaedra Parks' Atlanta law office was denied bond today.
Terence Cook, who raps under the nom de guerre "Drama", made his first appearance in the Fulton County courthouse on Friday.
Cook attempted to enter Parks' law firm in Buckhead on Thursday but he was unable to gain entry.
Cook was arrested after he walked into another Atlanta law firm at Lenox Plaza and told staff there he “was tired of being treated wrongly and that he had a bomb".
Lenox Plaza is an upscale strip mall across from Lenox Square Mall on Peachtree.
Witnesses say Cook was wearing a white tank top, carrying a Fed Ex envelope, a book and walking with a cane. He had a noticeable limp and he was sweating profusely.
Responding officers searched Cook but did not find any explosive devices. Cook was arrested for making terroristic threats and being a public nuisance.
Parks, who stars in the Real Housewives of Atlanta, was out of town on a promotional trip with RHOA "friend" and radio jock Porsha Williams.
Insiders say Cook was angry with Parks representation in a legal case.
Cook is best known for his 1999 rap song “Left, Right".