Comedian Rip Micheals has reportedly dropped Tory Lanez from the future dates of his tour after alleged August Alsina’s Sucker Punch which he has claimed to witness.
Speaking to TMZ, Rip Micheals says “Tory Lanez flat-out assaulted August Alsina” and he “personally saw Tory sucker punch August in the face.”
Further confirming August’s post about the incident, Rip Micheal explained that Tory Lanez was simply pissed at August Alsina for not dabbing him up. According to Rip Micheal, August was trying to avoid a fake expression of friendship considering the series of online trash-talking. However, Tony who was surrounded at the time by his security took offense.
According to the Rip, the “Talk to Me” hitmaker turned around on August’s attempt to talk the beef out, hitting him in the face.
“There was no fight,” Michaels said. “August was sucker punched by Tory Lanez.”
Michaels told TMZ that August the assault landed August in urgent care, thereby making him unable to perform the day after the incident.
Leaked footage that further seemingly corroborates August’s claim is currently going around on social media. The video also shows August Alsina ignoring Tory Lanez’s attempt to give him a handshake.
In the footage, after the snub from August, an onlooker can be heard telling Tory who was moving in direction of August, “Don’t do it…you already shot Megan [Thee Stallion].” Moments later in the video that had Tory looking pleased with himself, another onlooker can be heard telling him, “You knocked his a** out.”
In case you missed August Alsina’s original side of the story:
August Alsina speaks out after being snuck by Tory Lanez at the club last night. pic.twitter.com/CyXpioiNDe
— Rap Alert (@rapalert6) September 18, 2022
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