Additional body cam footage has been released from Lil Pump's run-in with Miami-Dade police at Miami International Airport back in December 2018.

The new footage, obtained by Real World Police and published on YouTube on Friday (April 12), sheds more light on the confrontation between Pump, his manager and the cops that led to the arrest of both men and dual charges of disorderly conduct—that were subsequently dropped when the first bit of body cam footage from the incident was released back in February.

In the 5-minute long clip, the police are seemingly angry and have little patience for Pump and his manager. At one point, they tell his manager that he is free to go, but later, arrest him anyway as he continued to stand nearby and watch over their continued conversation with Pump. They can also be seen arresting Pump, and continually asking him why he's on probation.

The initial incident happened in December when Pump and his manager were removed from their flight after cops believed they smelled weed coming from a bag they thought belonged to Pump. Police made it clear they didn't believe the rapper and his manager when they said the bag did not belong to him, and though no drugs were found, cops still arrested them both and charged them with disorderly conduct.

Just over two months later, body cam footage was released showing cops yelling at the pair, with one cop even loudly shouting in Pump's face, "It's your bag now!"

Upon release of the footage, the Miami-Dade Police Department began an internal investigation to determine whether or not their officers acted inappropriately, and the state attorney decided to drop the disorderly conduct charges. Pump also announced plans to sue Miami-Dade PD for mistreatment, though he doesn't appear to have moved forward with the lawsuit as of yet.

You can view the new footage of Lil Pump's confrontation with Miami police below.

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