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LL Cool J’s Son Najee Smith Arrested After Allegedly Fighting Bouncers At NYC Restaurant

Tue, September 29, 2015 3:52pm EDT by 2 Comments
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Uh-oh! LL Cool J’s 26-year-old son Najee Smith was arrested on Sept. 29 after he got into a fist fight outside a club in Manhattan, according to a new report. He was allegedly so belligerent that the police had to hold him in a cell overnight!

Something tells us that LL Cool J isn’t going to be all that cool about this. The rapper’s son, Najee Smith, 26, was arrested in the early morning hours on Sept. 29 after starting a brawl outside a nightclub in New York’s Meatpacking District, according to a new report. Najee was allegedly acting belligerent and combative, prompting police to hold him in a cell overnight!

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Najee was inside the Catch Rooftop restaurant at Ninth Avenue and West 13th Street when he got into a fist fight with a group of six or seven men around 3:15 a.m., reports Page Six. At the time of the altercation, Najee refused to leave and began to argue with authorities, who believed he was intoxicated. “He was so drunk that they held him in the cell” and made him go through the system, police sources told the publication.

It wasn’t until the hip-hop icon’s son was thrown in a jail cell later that morning that the NYPD discovered who he was when they heard him talking about himself. To make matters worse, Najee would’ve only received a desk appearance ticket, had he not been so intoxicated at the time, the publication reports. In the end, Najee was charged with criminal trespassing and issued a court summons for disorderly conduct.

LL Cool J has yet to issue a statement about his son’s arrest. However, the NCIS: Los Angeles actor has always been very supportive of his family, which includes his longtime wife, Simone Smith, Najee and his three daughters: Italia, 24, Samaria, 20, and Nina, 15. We hope that Najee learned from his mistakes and will be able to put this incident behind him and move on with the support of his family.

— Alyssa Montemurro