Calboy Wanted for Assault, Allegedly Broke Victim’s Leg – Report

Calboy was allegedly arrested by police in Gwinnett County, Ga. Wanted for assaulting a man at a park.

On Thursday (May 12), the local Atlanta subway reported Gwinnett Daily Post reports that Calboy has a warrant for his arrest for a heavier battery in connection with an alleged assault that occurred earlier this month. According to reports, the Chicago-born man who currently resides in the Atlanta subway is accused of assaulting a man at Rabbit Hill Park in Dacula, Ga. him with bruises on his face and torso, lacerations on his face, and other injuries. “

“Woods’s last known location was in Dacula, but his current whereabouts are unknown,” said Senior Superintendent Hideshi Valle. “Detectives ask anyone with information that could lead to Woods’ location to please proceed.”

Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information leading to the rapper’s arrest and indictment.

XXL has reached out to Calboy’s team and the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office for comment.

Calboy is currently working on a sequel to his 2020 EP Long live the kings. He made headlines in hip-hop circles earlier this year when he called DaBaby and labeled him a “life-sized eccentric mascot” for teaming up with YoungBoy Never Broke Again on a joint album. The album was released on the same day as King Von’s posthumous album. NBA YoungBoy and Von have problems. Calboy, Von’s cousin, finds it a bit difficult to move. This resulted in DaBaby responding and Calboy responding in anger. Earlier this month, Calboy called DaBaby a prostitute in the industry.

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Zack Zwiezen

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