Gucci Mane is behind bars this week after attacking a starstruck Texas soldier who requested to have his picture taken with the well-know rapper.
On Mar. 17 at the Harlem Nights Ultra Lounge in Atlanta, the 32-year-old victim reportedly explained to a guard outside the club VIP section that he was in the military and then asked to get a photo with Mane. But before he knew it, glass and champagne rained down across his head.
"I was speaking to the security guard, and Gucci Mane hit me in the head with a bottle," said James, who received 10 stitches.
"I was speaking to the security guard, and Gucci Mane hit me in the head with a bottle," James told a reporter with Atlanta's WWSB Ch. 2.
As he stood in shock, another person in Mane's entourage smacked him on the side of the face. James, an Army soldier stationed at Fort Hood who visiting Atlanta for his birthday, received 10 stitches at a nearby hospital.
Two days later, the 30-year-old hip hop artist struck another fan in the face at a Philadelphia club. The victim, who hasn't filed charges, explained to WWSB that he simply wanted to shake the performer's hand after a concert.
Mane, whose legal name is Radric Davis, turned himself in to Atlanta police Tuesday evening and was charged with aggravated assault for the Harlem Nights incident. Bail was denied for the rapper, who recently served six-month's jail time for pushing a woman from a moving car in 2011. He currently sits in a Fulton County jail.
March has turned out to be a stressful month for Mane, who announced two weeks ago via Twitter that he was dropping protégé Wacka Flocka Flame from his record label. Though Mane's publicists claim the Twitter account was hacked, Flocka told MTV he will never work with Mane again.