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Wiz Khalfia cited for public urination

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WIZ Khalifa has been cited for public urination.

The 28-year-old rapper - who has a two-year-old son Sebastian with estranged wife Amber Rose - was reportedly caught by police in the early hours of Saturday morning (10.10.15) as he urinated behind The Flats bar in Pittsburgh, according to public safety spokesperson Sonya Taylor.

Wiz - whose real name is Cameron Jibril Thomaz - was in town to perform during Pitt's Midnight Madness basketball season kickoff the previous night.

He was not arrested over the incident but instead received a citation from the authorities.

This is Wiz's latest run-in with law enforcement after he was handcuffed by police officers at LAX for refusing to get off his hoverboard in August.

Wiz shared a video of the bizarre incident at the airport in Los Angeles on his Instagram page and wrote: "3 cops yell stop resisting. Only thing to do is let em know. I'm not resisting, I'm doin what I want. (sic)"

In the clip, the officers could be heard telling the 'See You Again' hitmaker to stop resisting their efforts to restrain him and Wiz replied: "I'm not resisting, sir. I'm not resisting. I'm not resisting, sir."

Wiz also posted another clip of the confrontation, showing him being stopped by officers while on his hoverboard.

He told them: "You can't do nothing anyway. What're you going to do put me into jail because I'm not going to listen to what you say?

"You can't do nothing, you can talk and have all the conversations that you want to."

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