A 19-year-old man accused of threatening his roommates with a knife was arrested while recording a rap song on YouTube as a SWAT team closed in on him Monday night, The Coloradoan reports.
The man, identified as Josh Jackson but tagged as “Adequate Advocate” on YouTube, was being surrounded by a SWAT team members as he rapped into the video. Police repeatedly made demands for Jackson to come out of his home.
“Police think I’m a fiend. That’s why right now literally they’re outside my house,” Jackson rapped on the video. “Because my roommates done did it. Done thought that I was a misfit. Done thought that I had my wrist slit too many times. Done thought that too many people had left my mind.”
Police Capt. Jerry Schiager said Jackson has “got a history of resisting the police in the past.”
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The Coloradoan reports that more than 15 police cars were in the neighborhood, including the SWAT team’s Bearcat armored vehicle.
“Bring the motherf—— SWAT team, special weapons and tactics, operation,” Jackson raps. “I’m not a criminal, I’m political, and right now… Oh s—! You heard the blast.”
It was one of several flash bang grenade blasts that went off before the video ended abruptly. Eventually, the cops were able to get Jackson out of his home and charged him with a felony menacing charge.
Jackson has to appear in court on the felony menacing charge Aug. 13.
According to Jackson’s “Adequate Advocate” Facebook page, the teenager served 90 days in jail on a third-degree assault charge after his grandfather committed suicide in 2005.
Watch “Adequate Advocate” rap on YouTube as a SWAT team closes in on him below: