The tweet came hours after Buress was arrested in Miami Saturday night for disorderly intoxication, the Miami police department confirms to USA TODAY. The Miami Herald was first to report the news.
"What am I detained for?" Buress, 34, repeatedly asks in a viral video that appears to show the arrest. "I'm not doing anything, I'm not getting in the car. You don't have probable cause for anything and you look hella stupid right now," he says, before an officer directs Buress into a cop car.
In an arrest form shared by the Miami Police Department public information office, Officer Luis Verne said Buress had "red bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage" Saturday night. "I told the defendant I could not call him an Uber and he became angry and belligerent."
Verne said he asked Buress to leave the premises, but the comedian returned to a nearby venue. After the officer asked Buress to leave again, Buress yelled profanities, refused to leave, attracted a crowd and was arrested.
According to the Herald, police records indicate that Buress was booked into a Miami-Dade jail by 2 a.m. Sunday and posted bail by 6 a.m.
Buress is best known for his stand-up comedy, his character Lincoln on Broad City and for his roles in recent movies Baywatch and Spider-Man: Homecoming.