A group of young men with known ties to the disreputable Piru blood gang let the performers Kebo Gotti and Lil Capp directly know that they were there on behalf of the rapper known as Waka Flocka Flame, over the current legal beef between the various rappers.
“At one point you saw the shooters were talking with the night club’s owner prior to the fight, it appeared that the owner knew they had guns on them, they were very chummy with one another” says an eye witness.
Just as Kebo Gotti and Lil Capp took to the stage, several men wearing the embroidered logo “BGM”, which stands for “Blood Gang Mafia”, on the front of their lettermen’s style jackets. (what is this the hood version of Grease?)
The groups of men were overheard telling Kebo Gotti “what’s that line em’ up shit you got goin with my blood brother Waka”, “What kind of bitch move is that getting in another niggas shit” Kebo replied.
As the rappers took to the stage and began performing to the standing room only crowd, the men stepped onto the stage saying “who ya tryin to line up now” and then all holy hell broke loose.
“The BGM gang members were eventually pushed off the stage after the fight began” says one club goer.
“Several shots were fired, and Lil’ Capp was shot in the leg and transported to Baptist Hill Montgomery Hospital, treated and released after 8 hrs.” Kebo Gotti’s rep confirms.
Waka Flocka Flame has been the center of controversy for quiet sometime now, with his ever increasing drug related arrest record to his guy on guy porn scandal, along with a multitude of law suits which all involve gun fire and fraud. Many club promoters have since turned away the rapper in the state of North Carolina, due to constant gun fire and fights amongst the crowds.
Lil Capp who is currently suing Waka Flocka Flame and his momager Debra Antney to the tune of 3 million dollars in owed royalties and fraud over the hit single “O Let’s Do It” , in which Lil Capp claims Waka stole the song and he never signed over his rights to the hit record for Waka to use in any manner.
Rapper Kebo Gotti who was once one of the biggest artists on the Mizay roster along with Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame has since fired manager Debra Antney for fraud in the same manner as singer Nikki Minaj.
Gotti, who wrote and performed one of Waka’s biggest hit “Grove St. Party” has since only received a check for $2700.00. Gotti’s rap song “Line Em Up” went viral over the past month, which calls out Waka Flocka, his mother Debra and the entire management firm.
Waka Flocka Flame has since gone public over the past few weeks, confirming with various media outlets of his new association with former rap mogul and known blood gang member Marion “Suge” Knight. Not since 1996/1997 has there been a public rap beef of this magnitude, which ultimately ended in the deaths of Tupac Shakur and Notorious BIG.
While Atlanta’s finest is scrambling trying to catch a lead in the horrific murder of local rapper Slim Dunkin. The streets are buzzing with speculation and their own theories on who is responsible. Unfortunately none of the rumors have any credibility or connection to the incident at hand.
During rap artist Gucci Mane’s video shoot late Friday afternoon, Mario Hamilton who goes by the name Slim Dunkin was gunned downed during verbal altercations which lead to his death.
The 24 year old was clearly on his way up in the hip hop ladder while side by side controversial rapper Waka Flocka Flame.
Over the years the world inside rap music has been somewhat of a death trap for young thugs trying to make it big in the music industry. With headlines of drive by shootings, unsolved murders all over what used to be simply a handful of lyrics.
Slim Dunkin, was just one of the artists associated and signed to the 1017 Brick Squad movement.
Lately, signed artists have been leaving the association one after another, some with claims of fraud, failure of being paid.
Artists like Lil Capp, who is currently involved in settlement negations with Warner Bros. and Waka Flocka over copyright infringement issues over the hit “O Let’s Do It”.
Kebo Gotti, whom wrote and performed the hit “Grove St. Party”, has now retained a lawyer and seeking proper documentation on his song. As of today’s date Kebo states he has only received a check for $2700.00, and never waived his rights to the hit song.
The video of Kebo Gotti fighting Slim Dunkin went viral on the World Wide Web, with offers into the tens of thousands for the rights to put out Pt. 2 of the fight on various sites. During which Gotti produced the song “Line Em Up” to blast Waka Flocka and his ex-manager Debra Antney.
When Slim Dunkin’s death became a trending topic on twitter, insinuations and speculation went to the same degree that Kebo Gotti was somehow involved.
“Just like when you fight with your brothers, you still have love for family” Kebo Gotti
When Gotti was asked about Slim’s death, “I just don’t know what to say right now, what can you say you know when people are pointing the finger at you saying you killed someone you cared about just because you just had a fight, what can you say… what are you supposed to say about something like that he was my brother” Kebo Gotti
Even after the viral fight between the two rappers, they still remained close friends, and had each other’s back to the fullest. To the public community of fans, they weren’t enemies.
Kebo Gotti, has stated that when the time is appropriate he will reach out to Slim’s family with his condolences. Plans for a memorial in Slim’s name are under way by not only Gotti, but many others within the Hip Hop community as well.