DMX might be in trouble with the law again. Police are investigating a New Jersey man’s claims that the rapper and his entourage robbed him of his cash at a gas station early Sunday morning.

The 21-year-old man told Newark police that he recognized DMX at an Exxon station just after midnight. The two started to have a conversation about music. Shortly after, a member of DMX’s entourage pulled out a gun and demanded the man give him his money. When he followed instructions – pulling a large amount of cash from his pocket – allegedly DMX took the money and fled in a group of four Black Escalades.

Newark Police spokesman Ronald Glover says DMX and his crew stole about $3,200. While the man was able to follow them and get one of the vehicle’s license plates, there have been no arrests made in the ongoing investigation. However, DMX was in Newark, confirmed by yesterday’s tweet, in which he performed with several other rappers at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

DMX has had several run-ins with the law. In 2013, he was arrested four times in South Carolina for charges such as possession of marijuana, driving without a valid license and driving under the influence.

UPDATE 4/7/15: DMX's lawyer has responded to the claims of the robbery, and said that DMX went to the gas station after his show where four kids offered to sell him drugs. This reportedly lead to an argument that escalated to the robbery claims. The full statement can be read below.

"He was leaving a show, a very successful show, and he stopped for gas. Four young men approached him for a photo. They took photos and they offered [DMX] drugs. He said no and told them to go...They had an argument and next thing you know, they are accusing him of robbery. Just nonsense." He went on to refer to the allegations as "completely absurd" and that "anyone who believes it makes no sense at all."