Oklahoma City, Okla. - Updating the very latest on a popular rapper arrested during a traffic stop in Oklahoma City in August.
Court records show 2 Chainz...AKA Tauheed Epps...has been charged with a misdemeanor for obstructing an officer.
His tour bus was pulled over after a concert at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Epps and his crew refused to leave their bus.
He faces up to a year in jail.
Original: Officers pulled over a tour bus early Thursday morning.
TMZ is reporting the bus could belong to the rapper 2 Chainz. He was opening for Lil Wayne Wednesday evening at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Oklahoma City police say they are not releasing the names of the people on the bus yet. So, they couldn't confirm if the bus belonged to the rapper.
The bus was stopped near I-40 and Meridian because of a broken tail light. Police say there was obvious drug use going on inside the bus and the unnamed driver was taken into custody.
As the driver left the bus, the door closed and locked. Police say the other people inside the bus refused to open the door and exit.
Officers had the bus towed until they could get a warrant to search the vehicle.
Police say the bus was searched Thursday morning during the 10 a.m. hour.
Oklahoma City Police tell KRMG that all 11 occupants were arrested for obstructing an officer. They are:
- Cedric Brooks
- Abdullah Mujahid
- Rory Smith
- Jermaine Simister
- Stethen Boykin
- Tauhed Epps
- Jack Brown
- Marshall Sudderth
- Robert Jordan
- Leon Smith
- Brian Gathii