Local hop-hop star Rappin' 4-Tay, a.k.a. Anthony Forté, was arrested Wednesday in an alleged attempted home invasion in the Mission. Mission Local reports that Forté was identified by a witness on the unit block of Woodward Street, between Valencia and Mission Streets attempting to break into a home at 5:18 a.m. on May 10. Forté was then arrested on an outstanding warrant in another county after he was spotted nearby in the neighborhood.

Forté, 49, has had a long rapping career that began in San Francisco's Fillmore District, most notably with his hits "Playaz Club," "Dank Season," and "I'll Be Around" from his 1994 album Don't Fight the Feelin'. He continues to perform, and he also has a son, Lil4Tay, who has done some rapping of his own.

According to SongKicks, Rappin' 4-Tay last performed in March at a venue in Salinas.

As Mission Local reports, the SFPD has confirmed Forté's arrest. It's unclear if he's been charged or if he's been released on bail since the arrest.