Things got wild at ComplexCon when rapper Offset and his associate YRN Murk found themselves facing allegations of assault.

Daveon Clark, a private security guard at the event, filed a lawsuit against the two rappers, claiming assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and negligence.

According to RadarOnline, the incident took place on November 7, 2021, during ComplexCon, a festival described as an “immersive and unforgettable weekend of style, sneakers, art, design, food, music, inspiration, and more.”

Clark recounted the chaos, stating that he suffered severe physical injuries from multiple attacks by various individuals. The situation escalated when YRN Murk was denied entry and allegedly spat on Clark. Other security guards intervened to maintain peace, but YRN Murk struck Clark. In the midst of the brawl, Offset allegedly approached Clark and delivered a blow of his own. According to Clark, the security guards failed to prevent the attack and, instead, restrained him, allowing Offset and YRN Murk to continue their physical assaults.


The incident was reportedly captured by numerous onlookers, leaving Clark with severe bodily injuries and mental anguish. He claimed to have incurred medical bills due to the “unlawful conduct of the Defendants” and suffered lost earnings and a diminished capacity to earn income.

Clark’s lawsuit seeks unspecified damages from YRN Murk and Cardi B’s husband, alleging that they unlawfully and intentionally assaulted him without his consent.

Offset has already spoken out, vehemently denying any wrongdoing. He insisted that he wasn’t involved in a fight at ComplexCon but rather stepped in to break up a fight caused by a booth’s security. Offset emphasized that the story is false and distracts from his purpose at ComplexCon, which was to support emerging brands and designers.

“I wasn’t fighting at ComplexCon. I stepped in to break up a fight caused by a booth’s security,” he said. “The story is false and overshadows why I’m a regular at ComplexCon. I was there to support the culture and emerging brands and designers. I’m focused on that. I’m in a positive space. Appreciate the concern.”

Now, the question remains: What do you think about these allegations against Offset and YRN Murk? Do you believe Offset’s claims of innocence, or do you think there’s more to the story? Leave your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!

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