Waka Flocka Charged In Tour Bus Shooting
( 4UMF NEWS ) Waka Flocka Charged In Tour Bus Shooting:
When called for comment, a receptionist at Mizay Entertainment offered only, “There is no comment, thank you,” before abruptly hanging up.
The incident with Waka Flocka took place in February 2011, when Antonio Stukes and five of his friends pulled into the parking lot at the Car Stereo Warehouse near Bojangles’ Coliseum in Charlotte. Stukes, an aspiring rapper, began to approach Waka Flocka’s tour bus – which was being outfitted with a new stereo system – to present a demo CD when two members of Waka Flocka’s team began shooting at him, said Stukes’ attorney, Adam Seifer of the SeiferFlatow law firm in Charlotte.
“My client said, ‘Stevie Wonder could see this guy’s gun, he had a hand cannon on him,’” Seifer said.
One of the bullets struck Stukes in the right shoulder, leaving him with lingering pain and issues with lifting past a 45-degree angle, said Seifer, who also said the guns used in the shooting were, to his knowledge, legal.
Waka Flocka wasn’t in the bus at the time of the incident; he had gone inside the store to use the bathroom. In 2010, the rapper was shot during an apparent robbery at Bubble Bath Car Wash on Old National Highway.
According to the Charlotte Observer, “Police originally charged Stukes and five other men with attempted armed robbery, conspiracy and discharging a weapon into an occupied property, but prosecutors eventually dismissed the charges for lack of evidence.
A civil court later determined that Mizay Entertainment, which is responsible for the security team’s actions, was liable for Stukes’ injury.”
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