Calboy Surrenders to Police After Allegedly Breaking a Man’s Leg

Calboy is in police custody in Georgia following an arrest warrant for him last week.

On Tuesday (May 17), Calboy, born Calvin Lashon Woods, was detained by the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office in Gwinnett County, Ga. XXL. As of press time, he has yet to be assigned a relationship. He was officially charged with a heavier battery.

XXL Have reached out to Calboy’s team for comment.

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Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office

As previously reported, the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department issued a warrant for Calboy’s arrest back on May 12. Police say the rapper assaulted a man at Rabbit Hill Park in Dacula, Ga. on May 12. May 4. “The victim suffered a broken leg, laceration to his face, bruises on his face and torso, and other injuries,” according to a GCPD press release on the incident. Witnesses are encouraged to contact GCPD investigators or the Atlanta Crime Stoppers with information that could lead to Calboy’s arrest and even offer a cash reward.

Calboy returned to hip-hop headlines in March after he called DaBaby, referring to the North Carolina rapper as a life-size eccentric mascot. The comment, made after DaBaby linked himself to King Von YoungBoy’s old nemesis Never Broke Again for a joint album, prompted DaBaby to hit back.

Calboy resurfaced beef earlier this month when dissecting DaBaby in an interview on VladTV. “[DaBaby] a mascot,” Calboy said when asked about his problems with rapper “Rockstar”.” That’s what I feel. You’ll jump on whatever pops out. He really is an industry prostitute. “

Calboy is preparing the next for his most recent project Long live the kings, decreased in 2020.

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Zack Zwiezen

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