New York rapper 50 Cent is coming to save Casanova 2x‘s image. The hip-hop veteran has stepped up to share audio of the Brooklyn musician’s alleged restaurant victim revealing what really happened in an altercation.

Fif hopped on Instagram Wednesday (August 15) with audio of victim Niya Rucker denying Casanova put his hands on her.

Earlier in the day, reports emerged about Nova turning himself in to police today and getting charged with felony second-degree robbery.

Casanova just turned himself in to police after catching wind that he was a wanted man — this after he allegedly attacked a woman in brutal fashion for using her phone. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that the “Set Trippin” rapper surrendered to the NYPD in Manhattan Wednesday morning and criminal charges against him are pending. Casanova’s attorney told us his client adamantly denied the allegation. (TMZ)

Last weekend, Nova appeared to downplay claims of assaulting a woman with a social media post.

A few days ago, reports emerged about Casa having police after him over an alleged restaurant assault.

Law enforcement sources tell us … a warrant was issued for the arrest of the “Set Trippin” rapper late Friday night. The alleged victim, Niya Rucker, claims she was attacked by Casanova and his crew at Good Stuff Diner around 4:40 AM last week. We’re told Casanova thought Rucker was filming him with her phone and became enraged, and an attempt to stop her and take her phone turned violent. Law enforcement says Casanova and an accomplice assaulted Rucker — leaving her with a possible fracture in her jaw and a facial laceration requiring 4 stitches — and one of them put her in a sleeper hold. (TMZ)