Video of Fetty Wap & Raheem Thomas Altercation Reportedly Surfaces

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A video seems to show Fetty Wap getting involved in an altercation with Raheem Thomas.

Following a shootout in Paterson, New Jersey, Sunday morning, Fetty Wap was robbed of his gold chain and cash. Raheem “Fuzz” Thomas, who’s had a long standing feud with the “Trap Queen” rapper, has been booked for aggravated assault and multiple gun possession charges in relation with the incident.

Monday, a TMZ video reportedly showing Fetty and his group in an altercation with Thomas’ crew surfaced. In the clip, Fuzz supposedly wears a bright red jacket and cap and a white shirt and pants. He brandishes a handgun that has everybody shook in the deli. The gossip website claims Fetty falls to the floor. The rapper had already had his chain snatched by then, sources say.

Apparently, the “My Way” emcee has been a regular at the deli for years and had never caused trouble before. Check out the video below.

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Plies’ DUI Arrest Captured In Dash Cam Footage

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Newly-unearthed dash cam footage shows a rather calm Plies during a DUI arrest, which took place in January of this year.

The footage, obtained by TMZ, shows Plies in an exchange with two officers after he was pulled over for driving the wrong way up a one-way street.

At one point, Plies even asked for clarification about the one-way street he was traveling on.

The Florida MC also informed officers of a registered gun he had stored under his armrest.

Plies was ultimately arrested and placed in Tampa, Florida’s Hillsborough County Jail, where he was later released on $500 bond.

And in an Instagram post uploaded shortly after his release, Plies seemed more concerned with getting a tan than he did with his DUI arrest.

In the photo, the rapper appears laid out on a lounge chair, beverage of choice in hand.

This all comes after he announced that he was going to quit drinking in early 2017.