Rapper Rich Homie Quan Has Denied Any Involvement In A Scuffle With A Nightclub Security Guard In Miami Beach, Florida Last Month (Mar15).
The hip-hop star, real name Dequantes Lamar, was accused of attacking Christian Cajigas outside the LIV venue with his entourage and causing the bouncer to suffer a bloodied lip and chipped teeth.
Cajigas filed a police report following the incident, in which he claims the rapper fled on a boat after the scuffle.
However, Rich Homie Quan insists he was on the vessel throughout the entire fracas and denies participating in the bust-up.
He tells TMZ.com, "To be honest I stayed on the boat, I don't know what transpired within that moment and that, I hop back on the yacht and it pulled off man, so I don't know what happened and I don't know who the security guard went into it with, but it was not me. Other than that, I pray that the security (guard is) ok and now we're going to court to handle the situation. I'm innocent! Innocent until proven guilty, it's all rumours, I never touched him. I was on the boat the whole time, getting drunk, getting faded."
TMZ.com previously reported that Cajigas is suing the 25-year-old rapper for unspecified damages.
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