Aphilliates Music Group president La The Darkman has issued a response to the various rumors alleging he was involved in an altercation at an Atlanta nightclub Wednesday night.
Early reports regarding the altercation at Midtown Atlantas Luckie Lounge during a star-studded event early this morning (June 18), indicated that the fight might have been the continuation of a feud between La the Darkman and members of Young Jeezys label CTE.
Early Thursday morning, VladTV.com reported having received an email from La himself, in which he took credit for the fight.
That post has since been changed to indicate that it was sent by a third party witness.
However, La told AllHipHop.com exclusively that he has not been in Atlanta in weeks.
The internet rumors are misleading, La told AllHipHop.com Thursday afternoon. I, La the Darkman, was in [Grand Rapids], Michigan Wednesday, June 17, doing a concert with Gucci Mane and Soulja Boy. There was 6500 people in the venue to verify that. Then I performed again at the after party.
La is currently on a promo tour, preparing for the release of his self-titled sophomore release, due out this summer.
In related news, Young Jeezy recently spoke about the altercation and stated that neither he nor his camp was involved in the altercation.
Several local and national celebrities gathered at the posh Atlanta nightspot to celebrate the 10-year career anniversary of DJ Trauma of the World Famous Superfriends.
Among the guests joining hosts Ludacris, Jermaine Dupri, Estelle, Jeremih and Verse Simmonds were Chaka Zulu, Jazze Pha, Drumma Boy, DJ Toomp, Don Cannon, and The Aphilliates DJ Drama, DJ Infamous, and DJ Sense.
Despite Jeezy's denial to media outlets that his entourage made it out of the club without incident, a man affliliated with his camp has been confirmed as a victim.
According to TMZ.com, Antonio "Bama" Henry was one of the three men stabbed in the melee.