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YG’s had a few run-ins with the law during his time but his latest appears to be a laughing matter. On Wednesday (June 7), the Compton rapper made his presence felt as Tupac posthumously received his Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star. Although it was a celebration for Tupac and his fans, it seems like police were on YG’s tail. Shortly after the ceremony, the rapper took to Instagram where he revealed authorities pulled over him and his team for unknown reasons.

Regardless, YG seemed to be in good spirits throughout the matter. In the video, YG has a grin from ear to ear as he clowns the officers on duty. “Y’all find what you were lookin’ for? Yeah? No?” he asked with a smile on his face. “Y’all find it? Hell nah, huh? That’s what I told you, son, I’m a gangsta, a real gangsta, with the Bloods,” he added with a chuckle. Ultimately, it doesn’t seem like YG had any issues. One of the officers ignored the rapper’s attempt to gain his attention and the other seemingly wrote a ticket.

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YG Attends Tupac’s Hollywood Walk Of Fame Ceremony

Despite the brief encounter with the police, YG ensured that he honored ‘Pac’s legacy. He joined the late rapper’s sister, Sekyiwa “Set” Shakur, who delivered a powerful speech that recognized ‘Pac’s work throughout the city of Los Angeles. “2Pac knew deep down that he was always meant for something great. As his little sister, I had the privilege to watch that greatness unfold,” she began. “Not only paying tribute to his contribution in the music industry but speaks volumes to the lasting impact he’s had on this world.”

She continued, “Today, we’re not just honoring a star on the ground but honoring the world and the passion he put into making his dreams come true. His heavenly star will shine a little brighter today.” Prior to the ceremony, YG expressed his grievances about it taking 25 years to honor Tupac with his own star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. “It took them 25 years + to give Tupac a star on Hollywood Blvd? Y’all got him f*ucked all the way up,” he said on Twitter.

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