Quavowas on board a yacht in Miami when two men allegedly threatened the boat’s captain … and video shows the rapper being detained by police, although nobody ended up being arrested.
TMZ obtained footage from Sunday’s incident on the Miami River, and you can see Quavo handcuffed with zip ties as he sits on the boat deck and appears to interact with at least three police officers.
Cops in Miami say they got a 911 call about an alleged strong armed robbery on a yacht, and police say folks on the boat told them two men got aggressive with the captain, who said the rental time was nearing its conclusion … allegedly prompting the men to demand a refund.
The incident report, obtained by TMZ, says one of the men threatened to kill the captain and throw him off the yacht if he turned the boat around.
One crew member told police he saw a man take the captain’s wallet and cell phone, but cops say folks on the yacht gave conflicting statements on this allegation.
In the video, you also see a group of women sitting on the dock … as police lights flash and Quavo sits near officers with his hands behind his back.
Police also say they found two firearms on the boat but add that the guns weren’t used in any alleged threats.
The Migos rapper’s attorney, Drew Findling, tells TMZ … “To be clear Quavo was NOT mentioned in the police report narrative. Not only was Quavo NOT arrested, he is not even listed as a witness to any alleged dispute. Ultimately, no one on the boat was arrested.”
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