Thomas, currently out on New Jersey’s bail reform law, is now being charged with aggravated assault, weapons offenses, armed robbery, and possession of hollow-point bullets.
Fetty Wap and his entourage entered the deli on Montclair Avenue near Paxton Street in his home town, Patterson, New Jersey, around 4 a.m. Sunday morning.
Shortly after they arrived, there was a confrontation between Fetty Wap’s crew and another group that caused Thomas to withdraw his handgun and begin shooting.
He struck a 34-year-old man in the lower leg and when the fight went into the street, his another in his torso.
Hackensack University Medical Center reported a gunshot victim checking in who they believe to be the third victim.
Fetty Wap was also robbed of his signature “1738” chain during the shooting.
The story is still developing so anyone with any information is encouraged to call the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office.