Rapper Wiz Khalifa was handcuffed by US customs officials for refusing to stop using a hoverboard at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday, authorities said Sunday.
Video uploaded on Instagram Khalifa shows three officers of US Customs and Border Protection pinning the singer to the floor and asked him to stop the fight.
“I do not fight, sir,” said Khalifa (27) in the video.
While, in a separate video on Twitter Khalifa, he is seen standing with his hands handcuffed by officers.
“I did not do anything,” said Khalifa to the officer, as reported by Reuters.
“What do you want to do? Put me in jail for not listening to what you say?” he said.
A spokesman for US Customs and Border Protection Jamie Ruiz said Khalifa just handcuffed and detained.
According to Ruiz, the official treat tourists with respect as long as they follow the orders for the sake of personal safety and others.
Khalifa, whose real name is Cameron Jibril Thomas is a famous rap singer. Her song “See You Again” sitting on top ranking Billboard Hot 100 for two months,
Khalifa said on Twitter, he had returned to the United States after a trip to France and Finland.
On Twitter, he said he is a generation of users hoverboard, which is similar to a skateboard that can hover above the ground.