Pooh Sheisty, 21, arrested in Florida for allegedly shooting security guard at Miami-Dade strip club
Rapper Pooh Sheisty, 21, arrested in Florida for allegedly shooting a security guard at Miami-Dade strip club
- He has been booked due to an aggravated battery charge and is being held without bailborg
- The incident took place at around 4 a.m. on May 30 at the King Of Diamonds
- Pooh allegedly fired a gun in an altercation over money
- A security guard has been taken to hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg
- Last December, the rapper was charged with multiple counts over a Florida double shooting and was released in March after posting bail.
Rapper Pooh Sheisty is behind bars in Florida after being charged with an alleged shooting at a strip club over Memorial Day weekend.
The 21-year-old Back In Blood artist has been charged with aggravated assault and is being held without bail in Miami-Dade Prison. Miami Herald reported on Tuesday.
An arrest warrant obtained by the news outlet stated that the rapper — real name Lontrell Williams — shot a guard in the leg on May 30 at the King of Diamonds strip club in Northwest Miami-Dade.
Rapper Pooh Sheisty, 21, is behind bars in Florida after being arrested and tried for aggravated battery following a shooting at a Miami-Dade strip club on May 30
The incident, which happened around 4 a.m., happened when security personnel escorted Pooh out of the club, according to TMZ.
According to a police report, the altercation involved money falling from the rapper’s pants, causing him to brandish a gun and fire a shot.
TMZ reported that a guard was struck by the bullet in the ankle and taken to hospital, and that Pooh had left the scene when police arrived.
There were then rumors on social media that Pooh had been robbed of $40,ooo, but he posted on his Instagram story that it wasn’t true.
An arrest warrant obtained by the Miami Herald stated that the Back In Blood rapper — real name Lontrell Williams — shot a guard in the leg during a scuffle over money
The Memphis native, who is signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records and Atlantic Records, released his debut commercial mixtape Shiesty Season in February, reaching No. 3 on the Billboard 200.
His latest arrest comes on the heels of his alleged involvement in a double shooting in Florida’s Bay Harbor Islands last October.
He was charged in December with armed robbery with a firearm, aggravated assault, heavy battery with a deadly weapon causing serious bodily harm, aggravated assault with a firearm and theft, according to the Miami Herald.
Pooh pleaded not guilty and was released on $30,000 bail in March.
The Memphis-born, pictured center with Foogiano and Gucci Mane in 2020, is signed to 1017 Records and Atlantic Records, and released his debut mixtape Shiesty Season in February