Flint, Mi. rapper MC Breed was picked up by authorities in his hometown on Thursday afternoon (April 3) for failure to pay child support. Breed, who is perhaps best known for his track “Ain’t No Future In Yo’ Frontin,’” enjoyed moderate success during the early and mid ‘90’s. Since his debut in 1991, he has amassed an extensive catalog and counts renowned MC’s such as Too $hort, Tupac and Scarface amongst his collaborators. According to The Flint Journal, Breed was picked up on a warrant at around 4:00 p.m. on Thursday by Genesee County Sheriff’s deputies as him and a film crew left the Music Planet record store on Carpenter Rd. Police knew where to find the rapper, who now lives in Atlanta, after he mentioned that he would be signing autographs at Music Planet during a previous interview with The Flint Journal. Authorities say Breed owes $220,000 in back child support. Because of the arrest, Breed missed a 7:00 p.m. show at the Perani Arena with headliner Lil Wayne. The arrest is not the first of its kind for Breed. The MC previously served eight months in prison on a parole violation related to a separate child support case.