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Rapper Wiz Khlifa Cuffed At LAX For Refusing To Get Off Hover Board

August 23, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Rapper Wiz Khlifa Cuffed At LAX For Refusing To Get Off Hover Board

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According to TMZ, Rapper Wiz Khalifa was reportedly cuffed at LAX airport for refusing to get off his hoverboard on Saturday.

After the incident, the 27-year-old rapper, whose real name is Cameron Jibril Thomaz,  shared a video of the incident with several cops standing over him as he laid face down with his arms behind his back on Instagram Saturday.

Thomaz posted the short clip with the caption: ‘3 cops yell stop resisting. Only thing to do is let em know. I’m not resisting, I’m doin what I want.’

In the  clip, the officials are yelling  ‘stop resisting’ while Wiz Khalifa keeps on with his usual calm demeanor and explains: ‘I’m not resisting sir. I’m not resisting. I’m not resisting sir.’

The rapper seems to be quite attached to his  motorized hands-free scooter as he was spotted riding a golden one at the same airport in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

He also took to Twitter Saturday by posting a photo, video and a few tweets aimed at how law enforcement handled the situation.

He posted another clip of the first confrontation with police as he was seemingly stopped while standing on his hoverboard.

The ex of Amber Rose could be heard saying: ‘You can’t do nothing anyway. What’re you going to do put me into jail because I’m not going to listen to what you say?

‘You can’t do nothing, you can talk and have all the conversations that you want to. You can end up on TMZ. You guys could be as famous as you want to be.’

He made light of his past troubles and seemed to have a good sense of humour by doing so as he tweeted:  ‘Haven’t been slammed and cuffed in a while. That was fun.’

As of now, Wiz is in the midst of world tour, which will continue on August 21 at Tampere, Finland

From the Daily Mail

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