Tyga Reaches for Security Guard's Gun During Incident at Floyd Mayweather's Birthday Bash: Report

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department tells PEOPLE there was no record of any police report being filed as a result of the incident

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Tyga was involved in an altercation with a security guard after being removed from a birthday party for Floyd Mayweather in West Hollywood, California, on Saturday, according to TMZ.

The party was held at the Sunset Room in honor of the boxer’s 42nd birthday, which falls on Sunday, the outlet reported.

In a video obtained by the outlet, the 29-year-old “Taste” rapper appears to be involved in a disagreement and held back by security. After things turned physical, Tyga was dragged outside by security while shouting, “Alright bro, chill out,” the video shows.

At another point in the video, Tyga can be seen reaching for his own security guard’s gun, although he never obtained possession of it, TMZ reported. Afterwards, the rapper was seen leaving the club in his own car.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department tells PEOPLE that there was no record of a police report being filed as a result of the incident.

Tyga and Empire Records did not immediately return PEOPLE’s requests for comment.

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Tyga was previously pulled over by Los Angeles police officers in April 2017 after leaving a Hollywood nightclub. Pictures show how the rapper, born Michael Ray Stevenson, was loaded into a squad car and taken away.

“Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that had paper plates. The officers decided to do a field sobriety test,” officer Liliana Preciado of the LAPD Hollywood Division told PEOPLE at the time. “However, due to a lot of paparazzi being at the location, they transported Mr. Stevenson to the Hollywood station. He passed the field sobriety test and was released. He was cited for a minor traffic violation.”

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Earlier this month, Tyga came under fire from ex Blac Chyna — with whom he shares son King Cairo, 6 — over their child support arrangements.

Chyna, 30, boasted of being a self-made “multi-millionaire” in an Instagram Live rant on Feb. 12, and claimed that she doesn’t get a penny from either the rapper or Rob Kardashian, with whom she shares daughter Dream, 2.

“F— Toni, f— Tyga, f— Rob, f— everybody else. I never asked Tyga for child support, Rob for child support, whatever, and then we just went to court,” she said, also referring to her mother, Tokyo Toni. “I try to squash s—, which I did, but none of that comes out. It’s only negative s— with Chyna… I never wanted no money from Rob because it was never about that. Period.”

Chyna (née Angela White) also showed off her kids’ swing set and trampoline and her “big a— mansion,” which she said she bought all on her own.

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“This is not a sob story, this is a f— winning story. I came from the strip club, my momma was a stripper, my daddy, I didn’t know him,” she said. “I have two kids by two guys that f— tricked me or whatever and don’t give me s—. No child support, and I’m sick of that s—. Cut that child support s— out. Just cut it out. Period.”

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