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David Banner Cited by Police in Washington, D.C.


Brad Barket/Getty Images(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — David Banner was detained Sunday in Washington D.C. after allegedly getting into a heated exchange with a bouncer at Ozio Restaurant & Lounge.

Washington, D.C. police confirm to ABC News Radio that Banner was not arrested, but he was given a citation for disorderly conduct, and will have to appear in court at a later date.

According to TMZ, Banner was involved in a verbal stand-off with club security after someone in his entourage was denied entrance to the venue. A source tells TMZ Banner was irate and had a clenched fist when he told the bouncer, “I got you n*****, I got you. You a sellout n*****. I got money.” Banner then allegedly threw money and credit cards at the bouncer during the exchange.

In a video obtained by TMZ, Banner is seen being escorted away from the bar by police. According to the source, the rapper told the officers, “I don’t give a f*** about no police!”

Calls made to Banner’s rep by ABC News Radio were not immediately returned.

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