T.I., Game Face Off Against LAPD After Fight

Rappers involved in standoff with police officers outside Hollywood club

T.I. and The Game
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April 30, 2014 11:10 PM ET

Rappers T.I. and Game were involved in a standoff with the Los Angeles Police Department on Wednesday after a fight involving their friends at a L.A. club, according to TMZ.

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The site posted two videos Wednesday night. In the first, a group of men — none of which are T.I. or Game — can be seen fighting in a parking lot outside Supperclub in Hollywood. According to UPI, T.I. and Game were already inside the club when their friends were denied entry outside. A subsequent fight broke out between the rappers' friends and security, with security guards beating up two men after one of them threw a punch at the guards. 

In the second video, T.I. and Game can be seen with their crew in a standoff with police. According to TMZ, the rappers mistakenly thought the police had beaten the men up. Upon realizing their mistake, Game can be seen rushing up to security to ascertain who was involved in the fight. "Is this a crime scene?" T.I. can be heard saying. "Y'all got a lot of people to beat up. We got good lawyers."

While the situation between the rappers and the police appeared tense in the below video, T.I. cautioned his crew to keep their distance from police officers.

Spokespeople for both T.I. and Game declined to comment.

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