Rich Gang’s Rich Homie Quan recently talked about the attention he had received from allegedly fighting a security guard and dismissed the idea of escaping on a speedboat.
Despite the widespread coverage, Quan said the media had gone overboard with its coverage of his situation.
“People blow it out of proportion. I had an incident in Miami but I stayed on a yacht the whole time. I never know what transpired but I did not get on a speedboat, I stayed on a yacht. But I do like the name: Quan. James Quan.” (Hip Hop Wired)
According to recent reports, Quan surrendered himself to police last week.
Rich Homie Quan is in custody now after surrendering to cops for allegedly brutalizing a nightclub bouncer. Quan showed up at the Miami Beach PD Wednesday afternoon for booking on misdemeanor battery. Cops say Quan fled the scene, jumped on a nearby speedboat and took off. Quan says he was actually on a yacht the entire time, claiming the allegations are bogus. (TMZ)
Reports last month claimed Quan did not use a speedboat as his getaway route.
According to the police report, Quan “fled east towards the dock where he boarded a boat in Dock 14 and took off.” But people who were on the boat tell TMZ, that didn’t happen. We’re told RHQ did indeed board a yacht … but that he partied there for at least an hour, in plain view, before taking off. (TMZ)