A Megan Thee Stallion fan who made a daring effort to enter her local performance over the weekend by posing as a police officer was apprehended.
According to ABC13, Trayvone “Lil Darus” Stevenson, 28, was detained on suspicion of impersonating a public official when he tried to enter Megan’s headline performance at the AT&T Block Party in Houston on Friday night by masquerading as a police officer (March 31).
Stevenson pretended to be a security guard at the free event while donning a phony “K-9 Unit” vest, but Houston police immediately figured out what was going on as he was taken into custody.
The 28-year-old, who works as a barber in the neighborhood, has no background in police enforcement and wasn’t even carrying a dog at the time. During his court appearance on Monday, April 3, Stevenson paid a $20,000 bail and was freed from Harris County Prison.
Deadline claims that Josh and Benny Safdie have begun casting their forthcoming Netflix film on sports memorabilia, and Megan is one of the actors they are looking to add.