Juvenile Maintains He's Not a Delinquent, Pleads Not Guilty to Disorderly Conduct Charge
Cocky and Confident, just like the title of his 2009 LP, Juvenile (or his lead counsel) pled not guilty to a disorderly conduct charge racked up last month in Miami Beach, according to TMZ.
According to the police report, LIV security personnel and Miami Beach Police Department officers had to separate Terius Gray (AKA Juvenile) and an "unknown subject" after the two started fighting. Juve was arrested, booked, and eventually released after posting a $500 bond.
Meanwhile, the MC's son, Young Juve, took notes on "how to LIV."
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"S/O to my pops @Juvethegreat & da homie @teamweezy for showing me how to LIV on Sunday..." Young Juve tweeted on the night of his father's arrest.
Juvenile had reunited with his former Hot Boys homie Lil Wayne earlier in the evening, squashing a suspected years-long beef. Immediately following the arrest, though, rumors that Weezy and members of the Cash Money team were involved in the LIV altercations began surfacing.
"It's all love my peoples," Juve cryptically tweeted a few days after the incident. "I'm home thanks for the support."
Nevertheless, neither Weezy nor Juvenile has publicly addressed the altercation or their relationship.
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