2 Chainz apologizes to OKC

2 Chainz apologizes to OKC

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The popular rapper 2Chainz apologizes to OKC in an interview on MTV.

In tonight's episode of Rap Fix Live, the entertainer said he doesn't do anything illegal. 

But, in a recent trip to the metro, the rapper born Tauheed Epps and his posse were arrested on obstruction complaints. The arrests came after a nine hour standoff with police after an officer pulled Epps' tour bus over for a broken tail light.

Watch raw video of 2 Chainz leaving jail.

Epps says the whole incident was blown out of proportion and that police did not find anything illegal on board after getting a search warrant.

We reported however police did confiscate a few things from that tour bus including drug paraphernalia, prescription drugs, guns and ammo.

Read that story here.

So far despite the findings, no charges have been filed against Epps or any of his crew.

In his MTV interview he explains what he said happened the night in OKC and his other involvements with police around the country.

Click here to watch RapFix Live Interview.

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