This week, a viral video showed rapper 50 Cent tossing his mic off the stage and hit Power 106 radio host, Bryhana Monegain in the head. Now the mogul could be facing battery charges after Monegain showed the gruesome gash in her head tossed in her direction. Fans quickly spread rumors that he looked at her before throwing the mic in her direction. 50 insists it was a mistake—it was not on purpose.
The Daily Mail reports:
The attorney for 50 Cent has shared a statement with DailyMail.com claiming that his client did not ‘intentionally’ strike a woman at his recent concert stop in Los Angeles.
‘Let’s be very clear, as I told LAPD this afternoon, my client Curtis would never intentionally strike anyone with a microphone,’ said Scott Leeman, via a statement.
‘Anyone saying something different doesn’t have all the facts and is misinformed,’ he added.
The denial of intent to hit someone comes after the rapper is reportedly being investigated by police for battery after allegedly striking a radio host for Power 106, which left her with a gash on her forehead that poured blood out all over her face and clothing.
The hitmaker — real name: Curtis Jackson III — had reportedly thrown two separate microphones in the crowd at his LA show on Wednesday.
Watch the video below.
Angry 50 Cent throws mic into crowd, smacking fan in the head. 😯‼️ pic.twitter.com/6LEy8M3E4F— DramaAlert (@DramaAlert) August 31, 2023