Pooh Shiesty is back behind bars.
According to TMZ, the 21-year-old Memphis rapper was arrested Tuesday afternoon in Miami in connection to a nightclub shooting over Memorial Day weekend. The Miami-Dade County inmate database confirms Shiesty—legal name Lontrell Williams—was booked on an aggravated battery charge and that his bond has been set to $10,000.
Several outlets report the artist was arrested after surrendering to authorities.
The shooting occurred on May 30 at the King of Diamonds strip club, where a patron allegedly robbed $40,000 from Shiesty. The rapper denied the reports in an Instagram post shortly after, writing: “False allegations nothing never been took from me.”
Video posted on social media purportedly shows Shiesty at the venue, while a man behind the camera claims someone had stole the artist’s money. We then see the crowd begin to scatter after shots were reportedly fired.
According to an arrest warrant obtained by the Miami Herald, Shiesty is accused of shooting a nightclub security guard in the leg. The victim, who was reportedly taken to the hospital after the incident, told authorities that the incident stemmed from the alleged robbery.
Complex has reached out to Shiesty’s label, Atlantic Records, for comment.
During his court appearance, judge Ellen Sue Venzer banned Pooh Shiesty from returning to King of Diamonds in Miami after his release.
Shiesty must also remain in jail until he faces another judge for an unrelated shooting case.
On Thursday, it was reported the judge won’t release Pooh Shiesty. He now has two open felony cases involving gun violence in Miami.
The arrest comes just months after Shiesty was arrested in connection to an October 2020 shooting at Bay Harbor Islands. He was ultimately charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and armed battery.