As you may know, there’s always crazy shit going down at Waffle House locations around the county. From celebrity brawls to (now former) employees caught on camera washing their dreadlocks in the kitchen sink, the list seems to go on and on.
CashMoney Records rapper Juvenile has become the latest entry on the list of celebrity Waffle House brawlers when he and another member of his crew were caught on camera trading blows inside with another customer.
The shaky video obtained by TMZ, which is really just a video recording of another video, shows a group of people entering the dining area of the Waffle House. Several sources, including NOLA.com, describe a customer exchanging words with Juve’s posse.
Upon Juve The Great‘s arrival, NOLA and TMZ reported, that a man inside the establishment began saying disrespectful things toward the women in the group. One of the women happened to be Juve’s wife.
“Juvenile here, here come all the hos now.”
After the initial comments, the surveillance video shows Juvenile reacting negatively and being held back by members of his crew. After a second, he gets pushed out of the frame.
Moments later, he runs back into the frame where he is seen — accompanied by another member of his group wearing a green backpack — exchanging blows with the mouthy patron.
It was reported that both Juvenile and the man involved in the altercation left without speaking to police.
Juvenile, whose real name is Terius Gray, is no stranger to run-ins with the law, albeit for very minor offenses. The rapper was arrested in St. Bernard Parish, New Orleans, in 2010 for misdemeanor possession of marijuana, according to NOLA.com. He was also arrested in Floria in 2012 for fighting outside of a night club, Billboard reported.
Still, the Waffle House incident could have been easily avoided if the guy talking about “hos” was well-versed on Juvenile’s discography. All he needed to do was take a second to read the first few lines of, “U Understand“ from his album Tha G-Code.
I ain’t no pussy ass n*gga (ya understand)
I’m a rapper but I’m still a gorilla (ya understand)
I’ll whip ya like the Thrilla Manilla (ya understand)
You gon’ make me have to kill me a n*gga (ya understand)