Rapper Lil Pump Tells Instagram Fans He Is Going To Jail
Lil Pump has revealed to fans he's off to jail - via Instagram.
The teenager was pulled over by cops in Miami, Florida, after officers discovered that the licence plates on his fancy Rolls-Royce belonged to a slightly less fancy Mini Cooper, according to Variety.
The news outlet reports that a booking sheet from the Miami-Dade County Jail lists his reason for being arrested as not having a valid licence.
The rapper, real name Gazzy Garcia, announced his upcoming jail-time on Instagram while wearing an ungodly amount of jewellery - as you do - saying: "Listen up y'all, I'm going to get straight to the point.
"You all saw what happened in Miami, I got arrested or whatever on some bullshit. I'm on probation in LA, I violated my parole so I've got to go in and do a couple months."
Adding: "Stay in school, don't fuck up like me." Wise words from one so young, eh?
He's also revealed that during his incarceration his team will be running his social media accounts, which I'm sure is a relief to us all, and that he will be putting out some 'crazy ass shit', with his new album set to arrive on 14 September.
Fans have taken to using the #FreePump hashtag on the post which has attracted more than 24,000 comments from his 16 million followers.
The rapper, reported to be worth around $6.5 million (£5m), was on parole after firing a gun in house.
As if being lashed into the nick wasn't bad enough, Lil Pump was also called out as a 'mumble rapper' by Eminem.
On his track The Ringer from his new album Kamikazi, Eminem raps: "Get this fuckin' audio out my audio, adios/I can see why people like Lil Yachty, but not me though/Not even dissin', it just ain't for me/All I am simply is just an MC.
"Lil Pump, Lil Xan imitate Lil Wayne/I should aim at everybody in the game, pick a name.
"I heard your mumbling but it's jumbled in mumbo-jumbo/The era that I'm from will pummel you/That's what it's comin' to."
I'm sure Lil Pump has bigger things to worry about right now, though.
Featured Image Credit: Miami-Dade Police Department/Instagram/PA