Brooklyn born rapper Maino was caught riding dirty through New York City this week after new reports claim he was pulled over and confronted by police.
Although the incident took place on Wednesday, details on what went down landed online Thursday evening.
The New York Post reports that the Atlantic Records rapper was pulled over near the Rockefeller Center after refusing officers’ directions to keep driving on Sixth Avenue, and made a turn onto 53rd Street.
The Brooklyn emcee was given a desk appearance ticket, and was released.
Aside from legal matters, Maino talked about working on his unreleased sophomore album Day After Tomorrow last March.
“Now we on our second album, we rocking,” Maino said in an interview with DJ Green Lantern. “We making music, I’m touring, I’m all over the country, I’m all over the world, so, unstoppable, I’m never gonna stop…We working, second album we’re dropping in June, again — a lot of things changed in my life, I’m living different now, doing different things — my first album was about the transition I was making coming from prison to the street and then I had this dream, I wanted to be an artist…Now it’s more about what I’m going through now and what my lifestyle is now, things that are happening to me and for me today…”
Listen to Maino collaboration with Gyptian “Its You” below