N-DUBZ star Dappy and his pals clashed with baton-wielding Spanish cops after he blasted loud music from his Lamborghini.
The rapper can be seen clutching a massive five-litre vodka bottle as he sings the band's latest hit The Ick outside a nightclub in Ibiza.
The group appears to be having a good time when suddenly a police siren can be heard.
In the second clip, the rapper shared on his Instagram, Spanish police officers can be seen whacking some of those gathered and shouting at them to leave.
Dappy and his friend quickly jump into the luxury car and drive away as in another video a cop can be seen smashing the back of the car with a baton.
The singer of N-Dubz, then shared two pictures of his pals showing marks on their backs suggesting they were caused by the officers.
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It remains unclear what caused the confrontation.
The Sun has contacted Dappy's representative and the Spanish police for a comment.
Dappy, whose real name is Costadinos Contostavlos, is part of the North West London-based group, alongside his cousin Tulisa Contostavlos and Richard "Fazer" Rawson.
The group started in 2000 but went on a "hiatus" to focus on their solo careers in 2011, before reuniting in May 2022.
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Following the group's breakup Dappy was publicly saying how much he missed his cousin and friend, Tulisa insisted he’d not made any contact with her at all.
The controversial rapper has a history with the police after a string of offences.
He was handed 40 hours of community service in 2007 after he was accused of pushing a taxi driver in Camden, North London.
The following year it was found that Dappy had spat at two women on a drunken night out.
He received four weeks imprisonment for each count, suspended for 12 months, 100 hours of community service, and an order to pay £50 compensation to the victims and £300 costs.
A few years later, in 2013, Dappy narrowly avoided a maximum sentence of three years, after he was involved in a brawl in Guildford with a man and two women.
The singer was given a six-month sentence suspended for 18 months for assault and affray and ordered to do 150 hours of community service. He was also ordered to pay £4,500 in compensation and £2,000 in costs.
He had to pay a fine of £800 in 2014 for slapping a man at a club in Essex while in 2016, the star was accused of trashing a £1.7 million Grade-II Hertfordshire home he had previously lived in with his ex Kaye Vassell and their three children.
He allegedly left windows smashed, furniture broken, and nappies strewn on the floors, but he insisted the damage was done after he left.
In 2017, he was arrested by armed police after allegedly "hitting a woman with a tennis racket”.
And in the same year, Dappy was convicted of possession of a bladed article in a public place following a row with his next partner, Imani Campbell.
He waved a knife at neighbours and threatened to get his “boys” round, which led to him being behind bars for a month on remand at Peterborough Prison.
The final sentence was nine months suspended for two years, which the judge decided on due to Imani claiming she "couldn't ask for a better father and partner."
Despite the controversies the singer came second in Celebrity Big Brother house in 2014.
He was reprimanded by producers for using homophobic language when Jasmine Waltz asked him if he had ever performed an oral sex act on himself.
He was also branded a “sexist, chauvinistic bigot” by Luisa Zissman after claiming women who sleep with multiple men in a single night are “disgusting”.
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The rapper has also been involved in rows with his fans over the years with the latest one being in 2020 whenhe called a 21-year-old fan a "stupid cow" and a "little b***h" after she called his music her "guilty pleasure”.
He described another female fan as a "fat, ugly pig" after she said she liked his music.
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