NLE Choppa ASSAULTED Fan After he Asked him a Picture, Could Face Battery Charges

Bryson Lashun Potts is a rapper based in America. He is well known with the name NLE Choppa. Recently there on weekend, a video of him went viral. The video was taken by Pooja Bawa a Twitter user. In the video NLe is seen fighting with a fan on Venice Beach along with his crew members.

What Escalated Fight Between NLE and His Fans. 

Since NLE had many boys with him he outnumbered the fans who is also the victim. The duo was on an electric bike they asked for a picture with the rapper. He seems to have refused him after which one of the riders got up from his bike and started snatching NLE’s backpack. This is what made Choppa angry. Which escalated the fight between his crew members and the fans with the electric bike.

Rapper along with his other five crew members are jumping a man who sat on the electric bike. The who posted the video wanted to stop the fight but by looking at Nate’s crew members she got scared and later on moved on with taking the video. In the video too we can see her yelling in order to tell NLE’s crew to stop with the fight. Later he along with the group left the place showing no sympathy towards the gentleman.

What Is NLE’s Reaction On The Video That Went Viral. 

Recently he tweeted responding to the video that went viral. His tweet read

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” Damn y’ll never got hit in a fight before? bruh asked for pictures I said no I’m enjoying my self and I get called scary and b***h. I make sure I take pictures with every fan but some days I just am trying to chill and get disrespected in the process”

His second tweet read

” And I eat punches ask bout me. Imma rush you take what you got to give and resume beating some. Honestly ain’t wanna fight I was just tryna walk the beach.

before this too NLE was arrested by police. The charges for which he was arrested include burglary. He is currently on bail for the current crime. He might again have to go to jail because of the fight of which the video went viral on social media.

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