Lil Pump Detained in Denmark, Forced to Cancel Finland Show: Report

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Lil Pump performs on stage at O2 Brixton Academy on Nov. 20, 2018 in London.

Update: TMZ reported on Wednesday (Dec. 5) that Lil Pump has been released from police custody in Denmark. Pump and his crew were reportedly found in possession of weed, which forced them to cough up about $700 to $800 in fines.

Lil Pump reportedly found himself in some trouble overseas Tuesday (Dec. 4).

TMZ reports that law enforcement in Denmark detained the "Gucci Gang" rapper for unknown reasons, subsequently forcing him to cancel his gig in Finland just mere hours prior to hitting the stage. 

The report goes onto state that someone in Pump's entourage had possession of something illegal. The 18-year-old went live on Instagram in the back of the paddy wagon, which showed him flipping off authorities driving the vehicle. Once the officers figured what was going on, they decided to detain Pump and his crew much longer than originally planned. 

Live Nation announced that his Finland concert would be canceled due to "unexpected events." Lil Pump is expected to be released from custody at some point on Wednesday (Dec. 5). The Harverd Dropout Tour next heads to Oslo, Norway for a show Thursday (Dec. 6).

Check out Lil Pump's Instagram live session below. Billboard has reached out to Pump's reps for comment.


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