SpotemGottem was arrested in his home state of Florida.
According to documents obtained by XXL Friday July 16 via Miami County Inmate Search-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation, the 19-year-old rapper, born Nehemiah Lamar Harden, has been in Miami custody shortly before 9 p.m. yesterday (July 15) on charges of Aggravated Assault with a firearm, possession of a firearm as a convicted criminal and incidental after the fact. It is currently hosted at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami.
Although the inmate’s search shows a bond amount set at $ 18,500, documents indicate that Spotem was ordered not to be released.
Among the charges, the “Rhythm machine” rapper faces, the charges of aggravated assault and possession of firearms are both felonies. The incidental offense is a felony / misdemeanor in the third degree.
SpotemGottem was taken into police custody following an arrest warrant issued Tuesday, July 13 against his arrest, XXL has learned. The rapper was apprehended Thursday at 20805 Biscayne Blvd., which is listed as AC Hotel Miami Aventura, by the Miami Beach Police Department, with assistance from the US Marshals. At the time, Spotem was “lying in bed” in room 746 with a Romarm Cugir Draco next to him, “easily accessible for immediate use”.
Details regarding the warrant or probable cause of the Jacksonville, Florida native’s arrest are unclear. however, XXL contacted Miami-Dade County Corrections and Rehabilitation Services for additional information.
SpotemGottemThe popularity of can be attributed to the massive success of its viral social media hit in 2020, “Beat Box,” which later became the soundtrack of the #BeatBoxChallenge that swept through TikTok and Instagram. The track went on to inspire countless remixes of DaBaby, Mulatto and more. One of the official features of remixes 2021 XXL Freshman Winnie the Pooh.
But, before Spotem became a household name for his hit record and accompanying dance, he dropped his first track, “Street Gossip,” towards the end of 2018. The following year, the rapper released a five song mixtape titled Osama history.
In May, he offered his mixtape, Most Wanted, composed of 12 songs and a feature film, DaBaby, on “Beat Box 3”.
XXL contacted a representative of SpotemGottem for comment.
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