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According to police, the promoter was injured in the altercation and filed a complaint with authorities. According to York, he and Davis were actually detained by federal agents, who were seeking information on other Hip-Hop acts. "The whole arrest was a set up by the 'Hip-Hop Task Force' in Miami to incriminate Gucci [Davis] and get evidence on other artists,"

York claimed to AllHipHop.com. "We were detained for one day for nothing, all because they stated that Gucci [Mane] had a warrant in Atlanta, Georgia. But we were arrested by the ATF, DEA and the FBI. Since when do any of them execute state level warrants?" Davis is currently incarcerated and awaiting extradition back to Atlanta, Georgia. According to York, the man that was allegedly assaulted was misrepresenting himself as Davis� manager and accepting money. �He was booking bogus shows, so I pressed charges on him for embezzlement,� York stated. �He got served and then called Gucci and stated that if [Gucci] didn't give him $25,000 that he was going to go to the police and give this bogus story and that's what he did.� York believes a bigger scenario is unfolding. Davis and Atlanta, Georgia rapper Young Jeezy became embroiled in a bitter feud that saw the two trading insults on the mixtape circuit. According to York the dispute stems over the rapper�s disagreement over who owned the song �So Icy� which has become an underground club hit in the United States. In May of 2005, five armed men broke into a house where Davis was visiting a female acquaintance. Davis� Lawyer Dennis Scheib described the scenario. �One of them had green duct tape, one had brass knuckles, and one had a weapon,� Scheib said. �My client was hit with brass knuckles and his friend was hit with a weapon. One of the alleged assailants yelled 'shoot him' and he [Davis] grabbed a gun near by to defend himself.� A short time later the body of Henry �Pookie Loc� Clark was found in a wooded area behind a local school. Clark was affiliated with a Macon, Georgia rap group known as Loccish Lifestyle and according to local published reports, was signed to Jeezy's Corporate Thug Entertainment. Jeezy has denied all allegations of involvement in the shooting and stated that there was no dispute over the track. �It was our song, but it was always understood that it was for him to blow up,� Jeezy countered to AllHipHop.com shortly after the incident. �And that�s how it was supposed to be, and I was cool with that.� York believes the entire situation is bigger than most people are aware of. "The officers knew everything about us, they knew about the beef between Gucci and Jeezy," York recounted. "Two of the officers made a joke stating that Gucci should give them the chain that Jeezy is after, so they could "split" the $20,000 fifty/ fifty." A police spokesman confirmed that Davis was arrested in the City of Miami. Police officials could not be reached for comment to York�s allegations as of press time. York said Gucci Mane is expected resume promotion of his album Trap House once he is released. Young Jeezy is preparing his highly anticipated album Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101, which lands on shelves tomorrow (July 26).


GUEST - 2009-10-18
although Jacob would know being he is a snitch himself if u notice everybody he touches gets in trouble some way or another with the cops, come on I so call rappers u all supposedly should know this SNITCH















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