Juvenile Arrested in Miami Beach This Morning

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New Orleans rapper Juvenile was arrested in Miami Beach early this morning after apparently showing his son, Young Juve, "how to LIV."

At around 6 a.m. today, Young Juve tweeted a shout-out to his old man who, along with Lil Wayne, spent the better part of Sunday night partying at the Fontainebleau nightclub.

"Had a blast tonight," he said. "S/O to my pops @Juvethegreat & da homie @teamweezy for showing me how to LIV on Sunday..."

Shortly thereafter, Juvenile allegedly taught his son how to disorder conduct and make headlines.

According to TMZ, Juvenile was arrested after he was involved in an altercation that began inside LIV and ended outside the hotel.

The website reports that Miami Beach Police responded to the call shortly after 7 a.m. and quickly took Juvenile into custody. He's been charged with disorderly conduct.

No word yet as to what "Set It Off." But we'll keep you posted.

UPDATE Crossfade has procured the Miami Beach arrest report on Juvenile. For all the details, check out our extremely detailed breakdown.

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