News: Method Man Video Reveals More Gun-Play Mishaps, "I Shot One Of My People In The Leg" [Video]
Thursday, Aug 6, 2009 10:35AM
Apparently Method Man's recent pellet gun shooting wasn't the rapper's first time hitting a human target unintentionally, as an inteview from earlier this year surfaced on the net wherein he explains a past gun-play mishap.
Speaking with DJ Vlad, Mef revealed a past accident he had with one of his associates.
"I shot one of my people in the leg with a f*cking BB," he said in a May interview. "It stayed in his leg too, man. It ain't just pierce the skin, the sh*t went in him. Y'all laughing, but that sh*t f*cked me up, I still apologize to that n*gga. It's the dumbest sh*t 'cause I had one of those high power rifles, we bought 'em at Wal-Mart. He set it off with that gun sh*t though but he wasn't crazy enough to do no sh*t like that. So I got in the middle of the aisle, y'all know on the tour bus it's like walking in a plane. So I'm laying down near the back...and I got the target which is a salt and pepper shaker sitting on top of a shoe box...The pepper shaker shatters, but [he] jumped up, pulled his f*cking sock down and all you seen was blood gushing out his right leg." (Vlad TV)
A woman accused Method Man of shooting her multiple times with a pellet gun while attending a Texas concert earlier this week.
A fan of Method Man says the rapper shot her six times with a pellet gun as she waited for him to autograph her concert ticket and return it to her out the back window of his tour bus. Anderson says she "received no warnings prior to this incident and was without fault when (Smith) fired pellets into a crowd and struck Anderson in the torso." She says she suffered multiple injuries to her stomach and chest that required medical treatment. Anderson seeks punitive damages for assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence and gross negligence. (Court House News)
Attorney Daniel Horowitz III spoke out against Mef's alleged actions.
Anderson's lawyer slammed the rapper for his actions. "The conduct of the defendant was so extreme and outrageous in character and so extreme in degree as to go beyond all bounds of decency and should be regarded as atrocious conduct and utterly intolerable in a civilized society," Horowitz said. (The Boom Box)
The event reportedly took place last fall.
She claims she sought an autograph after his Nov. 19 concert in downtown Houston when the incident occurred. She filed a police report and was treated for minor injuries the next day, according to her attorney, Daniel Horowitz. The performer, who rose to fame as a member of the Wu-Tang Clan, has not been served and is not charged criminally. (The Houston Chronicle)
Check out Method Man's interview below: