Rap star Lil Wayne says he didn’t carry out as scheduled at a Miami-area hip-hop competition as a result of he was searched by regulation enforcement officers.
The rapper mentioned on social media Saturday that he wouldn’t carry out on the Rolling Loud competition at Laborious Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens as a result of police “made it necessary” that he was searched earlier than the present.
It wasn’t clear Sunday which police company or safety firm was concerned.
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The rapper, whose actual title is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., was a headliner on the present. In his Twitter submit, he mentioned he could not go on.
“I don’t and won’t ever accept being policed to do my job,” he mentioned within the submit.
Officers say Florida rapper Kodak Black was arrested on federal and state weapons prices simply earlier than he was to carry out on the competition.
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The U.S. Marshals workplace says in a information launch that the 21-year-old Black was taken into custody Saturday on the Rolling Loud Music Competition. The assertion did not elaborate.
Authorities say Black will make an preliminary look in Miami federal court docket Monday. Court docket information do not record a lawyer for him. His actual title is Invoice Kapri.
The rapper has been arrested quite a few instances beforehand, together with final month on drug and weapons prices as he crossed from Canada into the U.S.
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and Miami-Dade County police have been additionally concerned in the latest arrest.