Trey Songz seems to be poking enjoyable at his weekend run-in with police in Kansas Metropolis, Missouri after returning to social media following his launch from custody.
The Bottoms Up star clashed with safety officers at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday after allegedly refusing to comply with the venue’s coronavirus security laws and put on a face masks as he watched the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs tackle the Buffalo Payments for the American Soccer Convention title.
Police officers have been known as to intervene, and Songz was subsequently caught on digital camera and not using a face overlaying and brawling with one cop, who he’s accused of punching and placing in a headlock.
He was finally arrested and booked for misdemeanours of trespassing and resisting arrest and hit with a felony for assaulting a police officer.
The singer was launched from jail on Monday morning, and was quickly again on Instagram, sharing images from the sport, which even confirmed him masked up as he posed with one member of the venue’s safety workforce.
“Chiefs recreation was lit (enjoyable) proper?!” Songz captioned the photographs, showing to mock his headline-grabbing arrest.
The Chiefs beat the Payments to safe their place within the 2021 Tremendous Bowl. They are going to now face off with famous person quarterback Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa Bay, Florida on 7 February.