Ice-T, who once sang about killing cops, lashed out on Twitter against police following his arrest on charges of driving with a suspended license.
Ice-T arrested on charge of driving with a suspended license
"Some punk b---- rookie cop named Fisher #10026 Made the arrest of his bullsh-- career today. Arresting the Notorious Ice T for no seatbelt," he tweeted. "He said, 'I know who you are and I don't give a f---!' That was right after I called him a punk b----!"
The rapper-actor, who wrote the song "Cop Killer" in 1992 and now plays a police detective on Law & Order: SVU, was pulled over Tuesday morning for not wearing a seatbelt and arrested on charges related to lapsed auto insurance, according to police.
"He got nasty right away, saying, 'What the f---; why are you guys picking on me?'" a police source told the Daily News.
"And for the record, my license is not suspended. I don't [have] and never had a NYC licence [sic]. I have a valid NJ licence [sic]. It was all bullsh--," the 52-year-old tweeted.
Ice-T, whose real name is Tracy Morrow, originally tweeted that he and wife Nicole "Coco" Austin were on their way to bring their dog to the vet when he was pulled over.