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Freddie Gibbs and his crew ‘attacked by rival rapper Jim Jones’s entourage’ after clash at plush Miami steakhouse

RAPPER Freddie Gibbs and his team were allegedly assaulted by rap rival Jim Jones’ crew at a plush restaurant, reports say.

The alleged clash happened at the Prime 112 steakhouse in Miami, Florida on Tuesday night.

Jones was leaving the steakhouse when they encountered Gibbs and his crew, VladTV reports.

DJ Akademiks shared a screengrab article from the outlet where reports of the alleged altercation first emerged.

He captioned the post: “Exclusive via VLADTV – According to sources, a fight between Jim Jones’s crew broke out with Freddie Gibbs’s crew at the swanky restaurant, Prime 112, in Miami.

“Apparently, the two sides bumped into one another while at the establishment and a fight ensued after words were exchanged.

“Sources also detailed that #FreddieGibbs and his side took the worst of the exchange.”

The rappers had been arguing when a member of Jones’ team allegedly punched Gibbs, Hot New Hip Hop reports.

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An Instagram user, known only as Mr Bz, shared footage of himself and his friends eating at the restaurant on Tuesday.

He claimed: “Just seen Freddie Gibbs get whopped at prime 112 but imma mind my business.”

Gibbs allegedly branded Jones a "p***y" amid online speculation the rapper may have been involved in a 2014 shooting.

Gibbs claimed he was the target of a shooting following a performance at the Rough Trade record store and bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


Shots were fired while he and his team were sitting in a black GMC Denali car.

A gunman allegedly ran up to their car and fired several shots inside, the rapper told the New York Post.

Gibbs claimed: “They tried to kill me, but I’m still alive.”

Cops said the gunman tried to blend in with Gibbs’ team while the rapper was inside the venue.

Police showed Gibbs pictures of the gunman and another person who was seen with him but the rapper said he didn’t recognize either man.

Hip-hop and gangsta rapper Gibbs was signed by the record label Interscope Records in 2006.

He later signed with CTE World – a label founded by Young Jeezy.

Gibbs has since formed his own record label ESGN and has released four solo albums.

His album Alfredo was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.

The Sun has approached Prime 112 for comment.

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