Rapper in 1990s Rap Group Tied to Controversial Video Reportedly Plans to Turn Himself in

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A video posted to Instagram shows a person holding a gun behind an LAPD patrol car.

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A member of the 1990s rap group Brownside plans to turn himself in to authorities Wednesday after a video clip posted on social media to launch the band’s comeback prompted an LAPD investigation and initially caused safety concerns among officers.

Gilbert Izquierdo, who goes by the moniker Toker, said on Instagram  (warning, explicit content) that rapper Klever of the group was lying low but planned to turn himself in with his attorney.

“The only reason ama have my lil bro turn himself in is so I can get him out of bail cuz I wouldn’t want 1 of these wanna b heroes 2 get trigger happy on him… right now that he’s wanted,” he wrote.

Los Angeles police Officer Liliana Preciado said the rapper had not turned himself in to detectives by 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.

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