Gucci Mane, was in court this week to deal with charges of assault involving a soldier after a show.

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The Brick Squad leader was indicted on Tuesday afternoon on one count of aggravated assault according to the Fulton County DA’s Office.  Gucci who’s real name is Radric Davis is accused of hitting a soldier over the head with a bottle of champagne at ATL’s Harlem Nights night club.

In a recent interview the soldier spoke on the incident saying that he was a fan and made it a point to ask Gucci's security if he could take a picture with the rapper stating,  “I’m in the military. I wanted to get a picture with Gucci Mane, is it OK?” but obviously it wasn’t because he was viciously assaulted and had to be taken to Grady Memorial Hospital to receive 10 stitches in his head.

By the way, this is just one incident.  The rapper may face more charges as another victim is reporting be assaulted by Gucci a couple of days later in Philly.  To learn what happened, listen to Tha Wire below.


In more news, Jay-Z is already on to the next one and looking to sell his share of the Brooklyn Nets.  As previously reported, Jigga is starting a new business venture... Roc Nation Sports.  The savvy mogul has already signed two high profile players to his company, Giants superstar Victor Cruz and second baseman for the New York Yankees, Robinson Cano.

Jay-Z is a business man and looking to extend his Roc Nation Sports business in a major way.  By the way, to accomplish what he wants to do, he has to sell his portion of the Nets.  Find out why below with Tha Wire.

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Finally the now infamous Chris Brown/Drake bottle-throwing brawl at New York’s club W.I.P. continues to bring drama and more lawsuits.  The latest suit has been filed is by Chris Brown’s bodyguard, Patrick Strickland who’s suing Drake and club after suffering a severe head injury due to the melee.

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Patrick took a bottle to the head and suffered “severe and disfiguring injuries to his face, head and eyes,” The 43 year old claims the club is responsible because of the way it arranged the seating of the two rival crews.  Saying that the two crews being so close in the VIP created ”a substantial and unjustifiable risk that a mass altercation would occur.”

The lawsuit also states that the scuffle occurred after Chris Brown received a note from Drake.  Confirming that Breezy sent a bottle of champagne to Drake as a peace offering to squash their beef and Drake sent it back with a nasty note that read, “I am f*cking with the love of your life” in reference to his on-again-off-again relationship with Rihanna.

Get more details who really got the fight jumped off and learn more about the lawsuit now.  Plus, get the goods on the rest of today's juicy details.  Press play now to hear Tha Wire: