“They got me pulled over again so I’m finna perform a concert in front of the police,” said the Louisiana rapper in a clip he shared on Instagram. He then proceeded to taunt the Fairburn Police Department in the video, whom he previously accused of targeting him. He performed two of his tracks, “Set It Off” and “Fuck the Police.”
“You wanna talk shit, you wanna run ya mouth,” he raps at the officers while filming from his phone. “You want some gangsta’s front your motherfucking house, we’ll set this bitch off.” He then called the officers his “fans” and switched up to to rap “Fuck the Police” instead. “Cities, fuck ‘em, narcotics, fuck ‘em,” he rapped. “Feds, fuck’em, DAs, fuck ‘em. We don’t need you bitches on our street, say with me, fuck the police, fuck the police! Without that badge you a bitch and a half n***a, fuck the police, fuck the police.”
In the second slide of the post, as seen above, he flaunted his cash and asked if he was going to be taken into custody or not. “Are we going to jail or not?” he asked. “The money ready. This is pocket change. This is fucking pocket change. If we going to jail, the money is ready. That's what we need to know. This is pocket change. Thirty-thousand is what I keep in my pocket to spend a day. What you make a year? Forty? Thirty-eight, right? If you ever get tired of working for them, come work for me. I'll pay you double. If you ever get tired of this shit, ’cause you don't talk much, I like you. So if you ever get tired of this shit, I will pay you double and get your dick sucked any time you want. Anytime by Black women."
Per a Fairburn Police Department statement shared with XXL, the rapper was allegedly pulled over for driving 73 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. “Before pulling over, something was thrown out of the car he was driving," the statement added. "The item was not located or identified. The vehicle smelled of marijuana and was searched. A small amount was located, but no charges were issued for the marijuana. He was issued two citations for speeding and littering and was then released."
The video comes just a month after body camera footage showed police pulling him over for a tinted windows violation. He accused Georgia police of targeting him, and threatened to sue the police department.