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The bodycam footage of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s recent arrest has surfaced on the internet and it shows the “GUMMO” rapper trying to talk his way out of getting in trouble for missing a court date.

The controversial artist was arrested last week over three traffic tickets, which he received in June.

Police says 6ix9ine was doing 135 mph in a 65 mph zone. The 27-year-old New York City-born rapper received tickets for driving an unregistered vehicle and having no car insurance but then failed to appear for a court hearing in July. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

During the stop, cops asked 6ix9ine for his license. After he could not produce it, he was placed in handcuffs.

“You’re taking me to jail over a traffic warrant?” 6ix9ine asks, to which an officer replies: “You didn’t appear for court.”

“I didn’t know that, when? For what?” the rapper responds, pleading ignorance. “I never received a ticket.”

6ix9ine claims that he did not receive a ticket for the speeding or notice from the court and that the vehicles are in his brother’s name.

“No, I ain’t have the registration on me. But they run the VIN numbers. All my cars belong to me. Don’t you just give [the citations] to the ticket clinic? … No registration is criminal? You know what’s so crazy? I get pulled over all the time, every single time, but the paperwork never be in the car but every cop knows my cars. I got all my cars, they know. I’m telling you, they know my insurance good, my license good, everything always good. That’s why I don’t care.”

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