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Lil Pump Criminal Charges Thrown Out the Window!


Lil Pump is facing some good news!

The Miami, Florida rapper is having his disorderly conduct charges, following an airport altercation, thrown out.

Back in December, Pump ran into a speed bump, while trying to board a flight to Los Angeles’ LAX airport. According to TMZ, airport police were notified of narcotics stashed away in carry-on luggage–presumably belonging to the rapper.

Following that situation, Lil Pump and an officer had a shouting match, about who the bag belongs to. In the video, you can see the officer trying to force the rapper to take ownership of the property. However, Pump repeatedly denounces that the bag was a part of his belongings.

But now that the video surveillance, of that day, has leaked, shown by TMZ, a State Attorney has decided not to move forward with the charges. Pump’s attorney, Kenneth Weisman, made the announcement on Monday morning.

I commend the State Attorneys Office’s for concluding that the underlying incident was nothing more than an emotionally charged police-citizen encounter that involved no criminal wrongdoing on the part of Lil Pump.”

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