Wiz Khalifa Arrested At Airport For Riding Hoverboard

Posted: Aug 23 2015, 10:03am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Wiz Khalifa Arrested at Airport for Riding Hoverboard
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The rapper was slammed and handcuffed by the police after he refused to get off the hoverboard

Rapper Wiz Khalifa was seen confronting with the police officers at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday. He was reportedly arrested after he refused to get off his hoverboard.

Wiz Khalifa, whose real name is Cameron Jibril Thomaz, posted various clips and pictures on his social media accounts. Khalifa shared a clip where he is heard talking to officers who were supposedly asking him to get off his hovercraft. 

“I didn’t do nothing anyway.” Khalif told the officers. “What you want to do? Put me in jail because I didn’t listen to what you say? We can have all the conversations you want to, you can end up on TMZ, destined to become as famous as you wanna be.”

In another clip, the 27-year old rapper was thrown to the ground with officer keep on yelling, “Stop resisting.” Lying on the floor, he is calmly saying, “I’m not resisting, sir.” Both of his hands are being cuffed behind his back by the police officers.

3 cops yell stop resisting. Only thing to do is let em know. I'm not resisting, I'm doin what I want.

A video posted by Wiz Khalifa (@mistercap) on

Wiz Khalifa is seemingly enjoying what happened to him last night. 

“Haven’t been slammed and cuffed in a while. That was fun.” He tweeted.

“All because I didn’t ditch the technology everyone will be using in the next 6 months. Do what you want kids.”

Wiz Khalifa was reportedly flying back from Europe after having concerts in France and Finland Khalifa recorded a soundtrack “See You Again” for “Furious 7” earlier this year, which was a tribute to late actor Paul Walker. The song dominated the Billboard Hot 100 and stayed on the number one for 12 straight weeks. He recently won Teen Choice Awards in three different categories for “See You Again.”

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