ATLANTA — An Alabama rapper was arrested in connection to a taking pictures at music video set in downtown Atlanta, authorities stated.
OMB Peezy was arrested Monday and charged with aggravated assault with a lethal weapon and possession of a firearm in the course of the fee of against the law, information shops reported.
The taking pictures occurred on Feb. 21 at a scrap yard the place rappers Roddy Ricch and 42 Dugg had been filming a music video. Atlanta police stated two males had been wounded within the gunfire. One other man was injured on the scene however it’s unclear whether or not he was shot.
Atlanta police spokesman Officer Anthony Grant stated all three males had been in steady situation. Neither Roddy or Dugg had been wounded.
One other man was arrested on the scene and charged with drug possession, Grant stated. The person wasn’t thought of a suspect on the taking pictures.
Fulton County Sheriff’s Workplace spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan stated Peezy, whose actual identify is LeParis Dade, was taken to the Fulton County Jail, the place he stays on a $60,000 bond. Dade should put on an ankle monitor and give up his passport earlier than he can submit bond, Flanagan stated.
It’s unclear whether or not he had an lawyer who would touch upon his behalf.
Peezy, 24, has over 550,000 subscribers on YouTube, the place he’s posted music, cooking and recommendation movies. He’s recognized for his track “Big Homie,” which has over 32 million views.