Harlem rapper Jim Jones pleaded guilty Thursday to driving his 2011 Bentley with a suspended license.
The "Pop Champagne" hip-hop star paid a $200 fine and an $80 court fee after entering a misdemeanor guilty plea.
Jones, 34, was busted in Soho in March when he was pulled over for driving his 2011 Bentley into a bus lane on Broadway near Prince Street.
Cops cited Jones after a search revealed that his license had been suspended for failure to pay tickets.
His lawyer, Marianne Bertuna, said Jones didn't know his license was invalid because he must have missed the notices that he needed to pay a penalty.
Manhattan prosecutors had been seeking to have Jones pay a $500 fine.
It's not the first time the "We Fly High" star has gotten in trouble in Manhattan. In Oct. 2009, he pleaded guilty to a minor assault charge for pummeling a pal of the R&B star Ne-Yo at a Louis Vuitton store on Fifth Avenue.
In February, a pair of Houston hotties sued him after their topless romp on South Beach ended up in the video for Jones' song "Summer Time."