The "Bad and Boujee" hitmaker was pulled over on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia, in late March, and police body camera footage obtained by TMZ.com shows him arguing with the officer who stopped him.
The officer wrote the 27-year-old star three traffic citations, including one for speeding and a warning for obscuring his registration tags, causing Offset to accuse the cop of "picking on black folk" and pulling him over because he was driving a nice car before vowing to "beat this in court".
However, documents show the hip-hop star accepted he was at fault in the end, paying $470 (£388) in fines for speeding and failure to maintain his lane, as well as $100 (£82) for missing a hearing.
Speaking to the cop, Offset, real name Kiari Cephus, also hinted at his celebrity status, saying the officer's kids "probably like me" and would be disappointed in his behaviour.
The Migos member's wife, fellow rapper Cardi B, had her own dispute with the police this week (end August 25), slamming New York Police Department officers for allegedly forcing a pal to abandon plans to give out school supplies by warning off a Brooklyn school principal.