Mistah F.A.B. Discusses Altercation With DJ Mustard And YG

Trouble is stirring up on the West Coast.

Rapper Mistah F.A.B. reportedly got into an altercation with members of DJ Mustard and YG's entourage while the producer/rapping duo were performing on stage Sunday (June 8) in the Bay Area. Rumors circulated that Mustard was injured and YG's chains were snatched, but the Cali natives took to Instagram to lay the allegations to rest.

The dispute reportedly started after F.A.B. accused DJ Mustard of stealing the Bay's local sound, and he also released a statement to Miss Info surrounding the incident:

“7 ni**as get on me & Im still on my feet scrapping by myself and walked out with my dignity and respect I ain’t mad. Good ole fist fight and fade now lets move on!!! People and get back to what’s important I knew what I was doing walking into that lions den. F**k guns, f**k jumping ni**as, fuck calling real gangstas who bout dat murder game, TAKE A SIMPLE FADE and move on!!! Laugh & live. We move forward get off where u mad at and live with it!! I walked into a venue 3 deep and addressed my issues and death with the outcome. Security what they was pose to do I didn’t have no security or bring hella goons I stood and fought like a MAN! Shit ni**as don’t do no more. I ain’t mad!!! Back to the grind #DOPEERA.

What’s funny about the video is watching the Bay Area and Oakland niggas who be acting like we rock together sit and watch that’s hilarious. Kids won’t understand what being a man is about!! A man disrespects you As a Man U go address that at all cost What does respect mean to U. At the end of the day it could have been worst for both parties I could have came with a murder squad, his security coulda pop shots. Last thing ima say!! STAND FOR WHAT YOU BELIEVE in EVEN IF YOU THE ONLY ONE STANDING!!!!! LETS BE MEN and MOVE ON It’s not a BAY vs La thang. F**K GUNS TAKE A FADE!!! Be a man and Move on!!!! #DOPEERA Laugh about it later”

An extended clip of the fight was released Wednesday (June 11), which you can view above.

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