YBN Almighty Jay’s NYC Attack Left Him Hospitalized With 300 Stitches

New York, NY – YBN Almighty Jay’s violent altercation over the weekend was extra severe than initially thought. TMZ experiences the burgeoning rapper was really stabbed repeatedly throughout one other assault following the preliminary scuffle at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City.

In the wee hours of Saturday morning (March 9), Almighty Jay was reportedly jumped by a number of males within the foyer of a Manhattan residential constructing. After he tried to flee, that’s when issues acquired ugly. Sources say not solely was he stomped on and robbed, he suffered head and facial lacerations when somebody broke a Hennessy bottle over his head.

As a outcome, he spent a few days within the hospital the place his face was basically sewn again collectively.

According to a press launch, “He obtained 300 stitches for a face laceration after being repeatedly stabbed, crushed and robbed by an nameless group of males chasing viral fame.”

Law enforcement sources stated police responded to a name a couple of brawl contained in the foyer of the constructing round 12:30 a.m. native time and located the 20-year-old Houston native bleeding from the face. He was rushed to the hospital and handled for his accidents.

Almighty Jay initially reported the incident to the police however turned uncooperative after they requested to interview him. A gaggle of witnesses additionally refused to provide their account to the authorities.

Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince issued a call-to-action to a number of outstanding Bronx-bred business figures on Instagram, alleging Zae Numbafive and his crew have been chargeable for the assault on his “son” Almighty Jay. He wished Cardi B, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Funkmaster Flex, Fat Joe and others to resolve it.

While the gesture was seemingly properly meant, it didn’t go over too properly with Mysonne, who scolded Prince for his strategy.

Following Prince’s Instagram submit, Zae taunted him in a video clip by waving the allegedly stolen Rap-A-Lot chain in entrance of the digital camera.