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Chief Keef Arrested in Miami Beach

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Casimir “Mula” Spaulding

Chief Keef finds himself in trouble with the law once again as he was arrested yesterday (April 7) in Miami Beach.

According to TMZ, the rapper and a friend were riding in a green Lamborghini, when the cops spotted the passenger get out of the car and possibly make an exchange with the vehicle next to theirs. Authorities stopped and searched both cars and reportedly discovered some marijuana.

Video footage of the incident shows Sosa being directed to get out of his vehicle by a officer wielding a taser. He is later handcuffed and put into the backseat of a police cruiser. The Chicago rapper and four other people were booked and taken to the station for questioning. Tadoe was among them.

The Miami Beach Police Department confirmed to XXL Keef has been charged with DUI. TMZ reports cops said Sosa had “bloodshot eyes and dry mouth” before a drug expert showed up on the scene. Keef reportedly told them, “It’s okay. When you find weed in my urine I’ll just get my attorney to get my marijuana card.”

In a statement to XXL, a rep for Keef said, “Our team is taking the necessary steps to ensure the situation gets taken care of. We are sure that there will be a positive outcome.”

This is the second time this year the Glo Gang rapper has been arrested. Though, the last incident was much more serious in nature. Back in January, he was picked up by police after allegedly assaulting producer Ramsay The Great. The beat maker claims the rapper and his squad broke into his house and assaulted him with an AK-47, causing injury. He is being labeled as a snitch by some for going to the authorities.

Chief Keef and Tadoe were released on bond later Saturday night. Peep footage of what went down below.

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