Offset thanks fans after being arrest by police

Offset thanks fans after being arrest by police


Offset has reached bent his fans after being detained by police in Beverly Hills. Offset has thanked his fans for his or her support after being detained by cops on Saturday.

The Migos rapper was involved in an event with the police in Beverly Hills amid accusations he was seen carrying a gun on the brink of a Donald Trump support rally, but a rep for the music star has now reached bent his fans to thank them for his or her support.

Derrian Perry said: “Artist and philanthropist Offset was detained by the Beverly Hills local department following an attack by aggressive Trump supporters. He was released shortly thereafter.

“Offset thanks his fans for his or her support and needs everyone peace and safety during these trying times. He encourages everyone to urge out and vote because nothing changes if nothing changes.

Offset followed and complied with officers while guns were drawn on him, consistent with his rep, who also claimed that the rap star was given conflicting instructions by the cops.