by Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)
(AllHipHop News) The Co-CEO of Duct Tape Entertainment addressed the incident via several posts on his Instagram page.
Alley Boy wrote:
THESE FUCK N***AZ REPPIN FO DA POLICE!!! F**K N***A HOLD ME TILL DA POLICE LOCK ME UP!!#POLICE ASS N***AZ!!
N***AZ PLAYIN GANGSTA BUT TRYIN TO HOLD ME TILL DA COPS CAME!! B***H ASS WAS ON DA PHONE CALLIN DA WHOLE TIME IM FIGHTIN OFF 7 N***AZ AND NEVER FELL DOWN!! N***AZ AINT DO S**T BUT GET ME LOCKED UP!!!
FREE MY BRO #RADO!!! ITS MOB P***Y POLICE S**T DONT WIN IN DA STREETS I BEEN IF TRYIN TO GET AWAY FROM N***AZ PUTTIN DA POLICE ON ME MAKE ME P***Y ILL TAKE DAT L BUT IM OUT ON BAIL 135,000 P***Y!! DIS S**T JUST CUT DA GRASS TO C U SNAKES!!! #MOBOVAEVERYTHING
IM STILL COUNTING DA BAG THO!!! IMA POP SUM IF A N***A TOOK FROM ME!!! DEY CALL DA LAW!!!! #FOOD #P***Y IMA TAKER
There was speculation the physical encounter was connected to Alley Boy’s longstanding feud with New York rap group G4 Boyz, but the duo’s certified Twitter account did not confirm nor deny involvement in the situation.
The G4 Boyz may not have been directly involved in the attack, but it appears Alley Boy now has issues with Trill Entertainment’s Lil Trill. The Baton Rouge, Louisiana native posted a picture to his own Instagram page which includes alleged comments made by Alley.
“Y’all mad cause Phat got his p***y ass blast,” the comment reads. “I’ma catch you around Atlanta, lil p***y.”
Lil Phat is the 19-year-old Baton Rouge-born rapper that was gunned down in the parking lot of an Atlanta area hospital in 2012. His girlfriend was at the medical facility giving birth to their second child at the time he was killed.