Rapper Flo Rida has entered into a deal for first time offenders on his DUI arrest in Miami Beach.
His attorney told the Miami Herald on Wednesday that the rapper will enroll in the “Back on Track” program, which requires him to perform community service and take DUI classes.
If he completes this program, his charges will be amended to reckless driving.
His arrest report says officers spotted him driving erratically in the early hours of the morning on June 6. He failed a sobriety test and blew twice the legal limit to drive when they measured his blood-alcohol level. He also had bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech.