Rapper 2 Chainz along with his entourage, spent under two hours at the Oklahoma County jail, after they were booked and cited with a misdemeanor charge of obstruction, all for refusing to let officers on board their tour bus.

According to News On 6, Early Thursday morning (August 22), police in Oklahoma City pulled over a tour bus belonging to 2 Chainz, but the people on board locked the doors and refused to come out for several hours. After midnight Thursday, police pulled the tour bus over for a broken taillight. Officer's suspected the driver of drug use, and arrested him. According to reports, there was also evidence of drugs on the bus.

The doors of the tour bus were locked, and the 10 passengers on board refused to open them. Police had the tour bus towed, with the people still on board, to a police training facility until officers obtained a warrant to search the bus.

Prior to his bus being stopped, 2 Chainz hit the stage on Wednesday night on a stop of the "America's Most Wanted" tour along with fellow rapper's Lil Wayne and T.I. at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Also according to reports, 2 Chainz, real name Tauheed Epps, allegedly "talked smack and flipped off cameras as was leaving the Oklahoma County jail. He also tried to promote his upcoming album."