Lil Pump is a free man. TMZ has confirmed that the 2018 XXL Freshman was released from the custody of police in Denmark yesterday (Dec. 5) after he was arrested with his crew in Copenhagen, Denmark earlier this week. After only spending a day in jail, the "Gucci Gang" rapper and his crew were released, forced to pay a fine, and were asked to leave the country immediately.

Pump and his crew were in Copenhagen when local police caught them with something illegal, which turned out to be marijuana. They were all detained, however they were held longer than intended after the "I Love It" collaborator live-streamed the entire situation and brandished his middle finger at the cops who arrested them.

The "Racks On Racks" rapper ended up paying about $700-$800 before he and his crew were released. TMZ reports that Pump followed their orders exactly, and left the country for Oslo to hit the stage at his next show and continue his EuroTrip.

In a video he posted after being released from police custody, Pump claimed that he and his crew had been banned from the country. "We banned from Denmark, but I don't give a fuck!" he says in the video.

Prior to his 24-hour bid behind bars, Lil Pump dodged a smoke flare attack while on stage in Nottingham, U.K. In a clip from TMZ, the Florida rapper appears to be sitting on his security guards' shoulders while performing the track "D. Rose." Towards the end, Pump turns to the side as smoke randomly appears and obscures his view. Later on, Pump looks perplexed before the film cuts out, but makes up for it by performing on top of a bus after the venue was evacuated.

Watch Lil Pump's run-in with Danish police that took him to jail below. See Pump address the whole situation beneath that.

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