AceShowbiz - Fivio Foreign has deemed himself a "drug baby." One day after it was reported that he was roofied at a nightclub in Paris, the "Off the Grid" rapper showed his fans that he is safe and sound.
The 33-year-old uploaded a snap on Instagram Story on Sunday, June 25. Over the picture, he wrote, "Wat kinda lies these people puttin out. How can you lace me Imma drug baby." He added a slew of face with tears of joy emojis.
The snap that the "City of Gods" rapper let out was a selfie of himself sitting on an airplane seat. In the photo, he could be seen putting one of his hands in the air as he posed with his middle finger up.
Fivio was reported by TMZ to be involved in a bizarre altercation on Saturday, June 24 at Paris nightclub L'Arc. Before the dispute, he took the stage at the venue for Paris Fashion Week. His representatives did not specify the reason behind the dispute, but it was enough of an issue that cops approached him.
Fortunately, the New York rapper was not arrested or imprisoned even though police did have a talk with him, according to his representatives. In photos shared by the outlet, the altercation between the hip-hop artist and another party seemed to have overflowed into the streets.
The "Headshot" rapper could be seen looking confused while being held by a number of men in the photos. Another snap captured police arriving at the place. According to the outlet, his rep claimed that an individual in the pub roofied him and it caused him to behave erratically in the club.
Fivio being involved in an altercation in Paris came more than one month after he publicly apologized to a videographer named Peezus Niice, who claimed that he was not paid and was being ghosted by the rapper. Fivio asked Peezus in a tweet replying to the videographer's threat, "Damnn Yu never got paid ?"
"I deff waznt aware yu never got paid.. was alot of things not being handled rite bacc in these days but things more on point now Not even sure if I used these vids but imma make sure yu get paid NP," he continued. "I Apologize."