Lupe Fiasco was pulled over by NYPD officers early Wednesday morning.
Fiasco performed Tuesday evening at legendary B.B. Kings in midtown Manhattan and according to sources within Fiasco’s braintrust, were stopped and detained by ‘hip hop police.’
The term hip hop police is used in hip-hop culture as a term applied to an NYPD department devoted to criminal activity within the hip-hop industry. Additionally, it is believed to originate in New York City and spread to other police departments of several cities.
According to my sources, rapper Lupe Fiasco was just pulled over by the #NYPD after his concert at BB KINGS in NYC.
— Brandon Robinson (@ScoopB) October 19, 2016
Fiasco tweeted about it saying:
When the NYPD follows you from the show then pulls you over 10 deep to the search the car cuz we from Chicago!
Hahaha…I ain’t even mad.
He later deleted the tweet.
Lupe Fiasco’s notable career has spanned ten years and listeners top hits like Touch The Sky, Kick Push and Superstar.
Fiasco told fans that he’d be releasing Drogas, Drogas Light and Skulls this year before then heading off into the sunset of retirement. A recent report via Hip Hop DX indicates that all three projects will be delayed until at least 2017 despite two of them being fully recorded.
Lupe Fiasco, has always expressed his dislike for anything authoritative and government is free-thinking and often critical. Check out his mind-blowing debate with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly
Brandon Robinson is a sports and entertainment writer and TV personality. You can catch him daily on CBS Radio’s Play.it Brown And Scoop Podcast. Follow him on Twitter @SCOOPB and visit www.ScoopB.com and www.ScoopBRadio.com
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