Police in South Florida say they never gave permission for a rapper to film a portion of a video inside their lobby.
The video begins with IV Leo Little sitting on the ground next to a Broward Sheriff's Office patrol car with his hands seemingly handcuffed behind him. The scene then shifts to the Aventura Police Department's lobby where he uses a racial slur in a song critical of police tactics involving Black men.
He dances through the lobby and jumps on a desk with the agency's logo prominently displayed.
Though he filmed the scene two years ago, Little only recently posted the production, called "Bus," on WorldStarHipHop's Instagram account and Youtube here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slqBIz167_g
Police Maj. Michael Bentolila tells the Miami Herald Little didn't damage property and wasn't charged with a crime. They've since secured the lobby, requiring visitors to buzz in.
Police stations are public buildings accessible to the public during posted business hours, but also have areas with restricted access. An attorney should be consulted about disputing limitations that police may try to impose on public space.