Rapper Dae Dae Calls Allegations That He Stabbed Teenager at Dunkin’ Donuts ‘Cap’

In response to the accusations related to the 2020 incident, the Atlanta artist has taken to his Instagram account to tell his online followers that the report is nothing but a lie.

AceShowbiz -Rapper Dae Dae has responded to allegations that he stabbed a teenager at Dunkin’ Donuts in Atlanta last December. In response to the accusations, the hip-hop artist took to his Instagram account to tell his online followers that the report is nothing but a lie.

“Don’t go for it. That’s all I want to tell you. Don’t go for it. Don’t go for it…Cap,” so the Atlanta rapper wrote on Thursday, June 3. “You know that don’t look nothing like me! Dae tote sticks, and you know this.”

He followed it up by posting a clip of a local news channel reporting the case on his page. “Anything To Slammer My Name Huh…They Would Wanna See Me Dead Or In Jail,” the “Wat U Mean” rapper wrote in the caption. “It’s Crazy the Type Music I Drop Is Nun But Motivation Music They Treatin me Like A Mass Criminal…NOT EVEN Trippen Lawyer Paid Up And Ima Drop Faster On You P****iess…Tell That…Stay Tune WATCHTHIS.”

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dae Dae, whose real name is Marquavis Goolsby, is wanted for aggravated assault in connection with a December 5, 2020 stabbing at a Dunkin’ store on Jonesboro Road in south Fulton County. He was accused of stabbing a 17-year-old girl who worked at the drive-thru station.

Dae Dae allegedly came into the store while angry because he didn’t get what he wanted. He and the alleged victim got into an argument that unfortunately ended in a physical fight. In a CCTV clip, a man who was believed to the rapper could be seen swinging his knife at the victim multiple times. When officers arrived after the incident, the victim refused to be taken to the hospital to treat knife wounds on her arm.

This is not the first for Dae Dae to be involved in a legal trouble. Back in February 2018, the rapper was booked on gun and drug charges.

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