The disorderly conduct charges against Lil Pump have been dropped after the video of the arrest went viral. 

In the video, a TSA agent is seen arguing with Pump before accusing him of being the owner of a bag that clearly wasn't his.

Pump’s attorney Kenneth Weisman appeared in court on Monday morning where the judge informed him that he will no longer be pursuing the case.

"I commend the State Attorney’s Office for concluding that the underlying incident was nothing more than an emotionally charged police-citizen encounter that involved no criminal wrongdoing on the part of [Lil Pump],” he said.

Last Friday, Pump released his sophomore album, 'Harverd Dropout' and the album is predicted to sell between 40,000 to 45,000, so it is very unlikely that he will land the No. 1 spot.