Chicago rapper Lil Reese has come forward to claim his innocence after being arrested on a gun possession charge this week. #stickemup

Reese unleashed his issues with law enforcement on social media following the incident.

“Police fufu put a gun on me but I’m out tho wat y’all talking bout I ain’t got my phone rite na but imma getup wit y’all…#300,” Reese tweeted July 30. (Lil Reese’s Twitter)

Reports claim he posted a hefty bail to avoid spending serious time behind bars.

Rapper Lil Reese is out on $50,000 bail after he was arrested on a felony gun possession charge earlier this week. However, the Chicago native is blaming the police for his his arrest. he ‘Since a Youngin” rapper went on Twitter to explain his run-in with the law and accused the police of planting a gun on him with hopes of keeping him in jail. He then posted a selfie on Instagram of himself driving his Ferrari looking no worse for wear. “Gang [s—], 100 100 100,” he wrote. (The Boom Box)

Last year, Reese found himself donning handcuffs on a drug possession charge.

South Side rapper Lil Reese was arrested yesterday in the Englewood neighborhood and charged with violating his bail bond and possession of cannabis, police said. Lil Reese, 20, whose birth name is Tavares Taylor, was arrested on a sidewalk in the 6400 block of South Eggleston Avenue at 6:40 p.m. Saturday, police said. Taylor, of the 5100 block of South Wabash Avenue in the city’s Washington Park neighborhood, was found with about $24 worth of cannabis, or four grams, police said. In a hearing before Criminal Court Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr., Taylor was ordered held in lieu of $10,000 bail. (Chicago Tribune)

The Chi-Town rapper received multiple charges related to marijuana possession.

Taylor, of the 5100 block of South Wabash Avenue, was charged with two misdemeanor counts of possession of cannabis and violation of a bail bond for a previous misdemeanor theft charge that court records said Taylor “presented false documentation to obtain” a 2006 BMW 750 Li on April 13. (CBS Chicago)