Teka$hi 69 was arrested for driving without a license yesterday in his hometown of Brooklyn.
Cops confronted 69 when he parked his SUV in front of a fire pump. He wouldn't show the police his license. When they ran his name they discovered that's because it had been suspended.
He was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation.
This comes days after we learned there is a warrant out for 69's arrest in Houston. The Harris County District Attorney is accusing 69 of misdemeanor assault on 16-year old Santiago Albarran, who stated that the rapper "grabbed him by the neck, causing small scratch marks and pain" after he pulled out his camera to record him at the mall on January 6, 2018.
While neither incident is all that serious in a vacuum, 69 still hasn't cleared up his three-year suspended sentence for pleading guilty to use of a minor in a sexual performance.
Update: His latest arrest is more serious than initially thought. He's now also been charged with assaulting a cop. When the police were taking off his cuffs, he allegedly grabbed one of their hands.
"He squeezed the [cop’s] hand, causing pain and swelling," a police spokesman said.