Killer Mike Won’t Face Charges From 2024 Grammys Arrest

Killer Mike will not be charged following his arrest in February at the 2024 Grammy Awards.

After coming out of the Grammys pre-telecast victorious with three awards — best rap album with MICHAEL and best rap song and best rap performance with “SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS” with André 3000, Future and Eryn Allen Kane — Killer Mike was arrested outside of Peacock Theater (where the pre-telecast was held before the main ceremony at Arena) due to an altercation between him and a security guard over his credentials. At the time, Render was initially booked for misdemeanor battery and was released without bail.

“There was a lot going and there was some confusion around which door my team and I should enter. We experienced an over-zealous security guard but my team and I have the upmost confidence that I will ultimately be cleared of all wrongdoing,” read part of a statement he issued shortly after his arrest.

TMZ reported on Wednesday (June 26) that the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office said it would not be filing charges against the rapper (real name Michael Render). After completing his city attorney hearing, he agreed to do community service with a non-profit organization of his choice, according to TMZ.


“All of my heroes have been in handcuffs – Malcolm, Martin, Mandela, Medgar,” he said during a Feb. 12 appearance on The View, eight days following his arrest on Music’s Biggest Night. “I walked out with the same dignity and respect that I walked in with, and I would implore people to just take that from it.”

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