Rapper Tyga, whose real name is Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, was placed under arrest on Saturday while visiting Sin City, after reportedly driving around as a wanted man for a host of misdemeanor offenses, according to TMZ.
When Las Vegas police pulled the 22-year-old over, they discovered that Tyga’s warrants ranged from driving without a license to registration violations to unlawful acts of financial responsibility.
Tyga, whose name is an acronym that stands for “Thank You God Always,” was cuffed and hauled off to the Clark County Detention Center, where he spent one night in a cell. He was released the following day on his own recognizance.
The question remains, did the half-Jamaican, half-Vietnamese entertainer learn the error of his ways? On Sunday, Tyga tweeted two upbeat messages on his Twitter account that could be hinting that he is a changed man: