At the Grammy Awards, rapper Killer Mike was taken into custody for misdemeanour battery; however, he was eventually freed by law enforcement.

Following his three Grammy wins during the ceremony's pre-televised portion, the event happened.

His attorney affirmed his release and said he would be applauding his accomplishments.

Chris Gardner of The Hollywood Reporter first revealed the arrest via footage posted on Twitter.

In three categories—best rap song, best rap performance, and best rap album—Killer Mike emerged victorious.

André 3000, Future, and Eryn Allen Kane were featured on his winning song, "Scientists & Engineers".

His album "Michael" outperformed Travis Scott, Drake, and Nas compositions.

His last Grammy victories date back to 2003, when he was recognised for his feature on OutKast's "The Whole World."

In spite of his incarceration, Killer Mike had a great Grammy performance, demonstrating his ongoing influence in the music business.

Along with earlier nominations and victories with his hip-hop group Run the Jewels, his success enhances his legacy.

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