Every situation in the world has two aspects to it, one we know and the other that is hidden under the wraps. It does come out eventually, but we cannot charge anyone until they are proven guilty in a court of law.

NBC News reports that music entrepreneur Chaka Zulu, the longtime manager of rapper Ludacris, has been charged with felony and attacks for an incident that happened in June this year.

Ahmed Obafemi who goes by the name Chaka Zulu turned himself in on Tuesday at the Fulton County Jail, the Atlanta Police Department said in a statement. The reason for it is still not known.

Speculations are up that this is due to the fact that he was charged for the attack that happened in June. The details suggest that he was charged for the same event, but it looks like his attorney may have a different story.

Zulu’s attorney called it wrong and said that his client was attacked by four people, It’s Zulu’s fundamental right to defend himself and he did that, but also injured himself. He said:

Mr. Zulu was attacked and jumped from behind by a gang of at least four (4) individuals (sadly including the decedent) and was forced to defend himself after this gang repeatedly stomped, punched, and kicked him while he was on the ground in a defenseless posture.

We’ll have to see how this pans out in the end. Keep checking back with Thirsty for more.

What do you think of the charges on Zulu? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Amit Shukla

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