Nardo Wick Speaks Out After Fan Gets Attacked By His Entourage
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Nardo Wick Speaks Out After Fan Gets Attacked By His Entourage [Video]

A fan who requested a photo with Nardo Wick was reportedly attacked by the rapper’s entourage, resulting in the fan being hospitalized and the police launching an investigation.

Sources informed TMZ that the 20-year-old fan saw the rapper leaving a show at Club Skye in Tampa around 1:15 AM on Sunday.

In footage shared online, the fan appeared to approach Nardo and his team, seemingly to take a photo. Suddenly, and without warning, a member of Nardo’s team punched the young fan, causing his head to hit a concrete wall.

The fan is seen looking shocked, unable to move, while another member of Nardo Wick’s team punches him, leading him to fall and hit his head on the pavement.

The fan was reportedly transported to a local hospital, receiving treatment for a severe concussion and experiencing spots of hemorrhaging.

According to sources, the extent of potential long-term damage remains uncertain.

Following the incident, Nardo Wick took to Instagram to express his disapproval of the actions of his crew.

“I can’t control another grown man actions, I ain’t know that was gone happen, and I was mad when it happened,” he wrote.

“I tried to stop it as u can see in the video, and if somebody got the longer video you can see how mad I was, I love and appreciate all my fans and don’t condone what happened at all dat sh*t ain’t gangsta or cool in no type of way.”

 

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