Rich Gang member Rich Homie Quan reportedly turned himself over to law enforcement for an alleged nightclub attack last month.
According to reports, Quan surrendered himself to police Wednesday (April 8).
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)
Despite the negative coverage, Quan recently said he was on good terms with Rich Gang.
“Rich Gang is still my family, you know what I mean? I had a couple problems with T.I.G., my label, but we’re not going to speak on those terms. It is what it is,” Quan said in an interview. “I call [my publicized dancing] the ‘Rich Homie Dance.’ It’s something I [came up with]. I can’t dance worth sh*t. I got no rhythm. But the girls love it. So run with it. They like it, I love it.” (AHH)