A single tweet from Rapper The Game's account caused an emergency line block to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's office.
The office has opened an investigation into the matter.
A tweet that was sent out from his account to his more than 580,000 followers caused a jam to a Compton Sheriff's office emergency phone line, reported the Hollywood Reporter.
The tweet from the rapper's account announced that if anyone wanted an audition, they should call that number. The tweet got people calling to the sherrif's office, and caused jammed phone lines for a couple of hours on Friday after 5 pm.
"This was beyond irresponsible. The deputies' ability to answer the phones and dispatch personnel to help these people in danger was significantly impeded," sheriff's Capt. Mike Parker told the Los Angeles Times.
The rapper could be charged with Misdemeanor because the jamming of the emergency line got office delaying response to real emergency calls that include a missing person, a spousal assault, two robberies and a stolen car, said the report.
The game's response on Twitter being asked by the sheriff's office to remove the phone number from his tweet, claiming it was an accident.
"Yall can track a tweet down but cant solve murders! Dat was an accident but maybe now yall can actually do yall job !!!!" he tweeted.