After Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince made the call to the streets for the whereabouts of Zae Numbafive and his crew for jumping YBN Almighty Jay, the alleged assailants have now been arrested. Although not for what you think but an unrelated charge.
TMZ reports Zae and three other members of the Jack Boyz crew were arrested on Wednesday (March 13) in the Bronx as part of an unrelated federal investigation. All four of the crew members arrested are facing an attempted murder charge in the aid of racketeering as well as firearm charges in connection with the shooting of an off-duty New York Police Department officer.
Authorities say the crew was questioned about the Almighty Jay assault after their arrest, and while two of them admitted to being on the scene, none would own up to partaking in the incident. One crew member even admitted to having beef that was since squashed with jay, although the YBN rapper denies even knowing the crew.
Almighty Jay is reportedly now willing to help authorities with the case although he doubts he will be able to identify his attackers simply because there were so many. During the melee, the 19-year-old Houston native was robbed of his wallet, $16,000 in cash, a $20,00 Rap-A-Lot chain, and his shoes. The incident resulted in the rapper receiving over 300 stitches.
No charges were filed as of press time in the Robbery Assult case although Karma was enough for the alleged Zae Numberfive who was seen wearing YBN Almighty‘s chain taunting the rapper and J Prince in a recent video clip.
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