(AllHipHop News) “Bring the mother*ckering SWAT team, special weapons and tactics, operation,” raps Colorado resident Josh Jackson in a video posted to YouTube. At the time Jackson was filming those bars he was also being held up in his home as it was surrounded by 15 police vehicles and a SWAT team’s Bearcat armored vehicle.
As the 19-year-old awaited officers to storm his house on Monday he apparently recorded a verse about the situation in real-time. Jackson, who performs under the name Adequate Advocate, labeled the video "police are trying to murder me as I write this."
Allegedly, Jackson threatened his roommates with a knife. Police arrived at the scene and ordered Jackson to leave the house, but he refused. Eventually, authorities launched a flash bang grenade into the residence which can be heard at the end of the video.
“I’m not a criminal, I’m political, and right now... Oh sh*t! You heard the blast,” raps Jackson as the video abruptly cuts off.
The aspiring rapper also posted messages on his Facebook page about 5th amendment rights and posts stating that he was unarmed.
“He’s got a history of resisting the police in the past," said Fort Collins Police Captain Jerry Schiager.
According to Adequate Advocate's Facebook bio, Jackson served a 90-day sentence in a detention center in 2005 for a third degree assault charge.
Jackson was eventually arrested on felony menacing charges. His court appearance is scheduled for August 13.
Watch the video of Adequate Advocate's rap below.