Prosecutors dismissed misdemeanor charges against Miami rapper Trick Daddy yesterday (February 14).
Charges of disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest were tossed, after prosecutors admitted the rapper did not commit any crimes during an altercation last September at Tootsies Cabaret.
Police responded to a fight at the gentleman's club around 1:00 am and found a visibly intoxicated Trick Daddy cursing and threatening the staff.
Police allegedly asked Trick Daddy, 33, to leave multiple times, before taking him into custody.
The rapper was taken to a local hospital, treated for minor injuries sustained during the fight at Tootsies and then arrested and charged with the two misdemeanor offenses.
Representatives for Trick Daddy said he was very pleased with the outcome of yesterday's court proceedings.