RAPPER Drakeo the Ruler was arrested on Sunday after his Uber driver was pulled over for allegedly having tinted windows.
The arrest, which was live-streamed on Instagram by Drakeo, occurred on Sunday when the rapper – real name Darrell Caldwell – was with his toddler son.
In the video, officers can e heard requesting Drakeo to step out of the vehicle saying: “We are going to ask you one more time to step out, and if you say no, then we got to do what we got to do.”
The police official said that he would be taken to jail if he did not comply with the law.
The rapper, confused by the situation, can be heard saying: “This is crazy bro.
“Why are you all pulling me? What did I do? You all pulling me over.
“You all were pulling my Uber driver, bro. What is going on.”
As the footage continues, the 28-year-old rapper can be seen getting arrested by what appears to be an officer.
It is unknown where exactly the arrest took place but Drakeo is based in California.
While the details of the arrest remain unknown, writer Jeff Weiss claimed that the LAPD pulled over the car with Draeko and his son at 11am yesterday morning.
He then went on to say that the incident was a “set up” and that it was a part of the police force watching his every move.
“If you don’t think the LA Sheriff’s and the LAPD have been watching Drakeo’s every move and IG story since he came home — and listening to every song — I have a tunnel on 2nd Street to sell you,” he wrote.
No updates have been released about the arrest at this time.
The arrest comes months after the rapper struck a plea deal after he was acquitted of murder and attempted murder charges.
However, the rapper spent three years in prison after awaiting a new trial for a refiling of charges by a district attorney of criminal gang conspiracy and shooting from a motor vehicle.