by Free Britney at . Comments

Rapper 2 Chainz was one of 11 people arrested after refusing to get off a tour bus for following a traffic stop in Oklahoma City early this morning.

Chainz and crew reportedly did not exit the bus for nine hours.

2 Chainz Mugshot

The bizarre incident took place after the 35-year-old rapper performed with Lil Wayne and T.I. in Oklahoma City last night, then left town on the bus.

Police stopped 2 Chainz's tour bus around midnight near I-40 because of an illegal taillight and noticed drug use, though they wouldn't say which.

That's when the unexpected police standoff began.

The driver was arrested, "but as he got off the bus, the door shut and locked and obviously our officers could not get in there," Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said.

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2 Chainz was apparently robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco yesterday - in broad daylight - and was not cooperative with responding cops after the incident.

Two Chainz

According to TMZ, police responded to a call about shots being fired around 4:30 p.m. When they arrived, the rapper said he wanted to "handle it himself."

2 Chainz told cops his wallet was taken and that's it; no Rick Ross style assassination attempt. Surveillance video shows Chainz was clearly the target.

Whatever the motive, officials are on the hunt for the perpetrator.

Also, the video of the robbery shows that the rapper's entourage of 14 people all bailed "like cockroaches running from a flashlight" when it went down.

So much for safety in numbers.

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2 Chainz was arrested on marijuana possession charges last night in  Maryland - but that only tells half the hilarious story.

2 Chainz, Police Photo

The rapper was taken into custody around 10 p.m., as cops pulled over a white van in which 2 Chainz was traveling with 6 other people.

But only the artist was arrested on the weed charges. He was then booked and released… and allegedly asked to POSE FOR A PHOTO WITH THE OFFICERS.

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