Following two days after an arrest warrant was issued for Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane for the assault of a United States soldier and war veteran, another victim is stepping forward with more allegations. According to Atlanta’s WSBTV Channel 2—the same outlet that first reported the first assault, a fan was punched in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania after coming towards Gucci Mane at a concert.
“I haven’t ever been so humiliated in my life and disrespected,” the victim, who asked to be called TJ, told WSBTV on Monday (March 25). “He punched me on the left side of my face, right here in the jaw, knocking off my glasses.”
The victim claims that the clash at Philly’s Club Onyx left him with a chipped tooth and swelling of the face. The fan said that Gucci’s entourage prohibited him from properly defending himself.
At the moment, Gucci Mane has yet to turn himself into authorities This is the most current problem facing the rapper in a long history of legal troubles, who’s been a longtime Warner Bros. Records artist throughout a number of incarcerations for battery and aggravated assault convictions in 2005 and 2011. This second assault report comes a month after Gucci apparently kicked out star protege and album collaborator Waka Flocka Flame from his Brick Squad organization on Twitter. A label rep later stated that Gucci’s account was “hacked.”