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Friday, September 01, 2006
Mos Def Arrested After Video Music Awards

Rapper/actor Mos Def was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct Thursday night after he put on an unauthorized show outside New York City's Radio City Music Hall following the MTV Video Music Awards.

According to the New York Police Department, Mos Def -- real name Dante Smith -- pulled up outside the prestigious venue at 10 pm in a flat-bed truck and began to perform through a sound system, quickly attracting a large crowd.

The star reportedly performed "Katrina Clap," a savage attack on President George W. Bush's administration's slow response to Hurricane Katrina last year, before NYPD officers told him and his entourage to pull the plug and began making arrests.

Officers who had arrived earlier on the scene had allowed him to continue after finding he was in possession of a public performance permit.

Mos Def's publicist insists her client was handled harshly and revealed plans to release a video of the incident on the web.

Carleen Donovan tells MTV, "Mos Def was unjustly arrested tonight while performing on a flatbed truck in New York City outside the Video Music Awards.

"Mos Def was not out to break any laws. His only goal was to heighten the awareness of a serious situation that still exists in our country.

"He does not want people to forget that although it's one year later, the people and cities hit by the hurricane still need the help of the American people."

Mos Def was released from police custody in the early hours of Friday morning.

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