Rapper Flo Rida in a booking photo on Thursday after being arrested in Miami Beach, Fla.
Rapper Flo Rida (nee Tramar Dillard) was arrested early Thursday morning in Miami for driving under the influence, and with a suspended license.
"He had a blood alcohol level of .185 which is well over the legal limit," Miami Beach Police spokesperson Deborah Doty told PEOPLE.
According to the police report, the rapper's 2008 Bugatti -- a car valued north of $1 million -- was swerving through the heart of South Beach. When he was stopped, the arresting officer smelled alcohol on the rapper's breath and his speech was reportedly slurred.
At that point, the officer gave the "Low" singer a field sobriety test, one that required Flo Rida to walk a straight line, on a well-lighted, smooth surface. According to the police report, after the second attempt, the rapper said: "I can't do this. I don't think I can walk a straight line. I had a few drinks. Let's do another test. I live on the other side of the bridge. I can make it home."
The officer, instead, took Flo Rida into custody and, during his routine computer check, learned the rapper's license had been suspended on May 3 for failure to pay a traffic fine.
According to TMZ, the rapper's blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit.