Popular Rapper Nat, The Original Step Daddy, Attacked After A Performance
The rapper "Nat," known to many as The Original Step Daddy of Natalac Records, found out that the title of his new CD "Hidden Adjenda" describes the thoughts of at least one would be robber.
The rapper "Nat" known to many as The Original Step Daddy of Natalac Records, found out that the title of his new CD "Hidden Adjenda" describes the thoughts of at least one would be robber.
Nat had just finished a public performance in Columbia, South Carolina and was fueling the "Natalac Mobile" when an individual with his own hidden agenda, later known as Gregory Penny and another unknown man approached the rapper. "I went inside to pay for some gas. At 5:45 a.m. after a public performance to promote my new CD "Hidden Adjenda". I came back to what we call the "Natalac Mobile" when two men approached me," said Nat.
"One of the men expressed interest in my CD and record label and started to discuss the matter with me. As I turned to finish fueling the Natalac mobile, the man closest to me jumped me and put a choke hold on me from behind."
Nat, a former US Marine, was not intimidated with what appears to be a robbery attempt.
"I wasn't going out like that. I told him he was messing with the wrong person and don't mess with me. We got into a fight and it was on. A woman customer who saw what was happening began screaming 'call 911'. After I had the attacker on the ground. I told him "you messed with the wrong person, don't mess with me." The attacker kept begging me to let him go. I said "heck no."
Multiple police units were dispatched to the scene only to find the attacker held down by Nat and the other would be attacker missing from the scene after apparently fleeing. The attacker was arrested and taken to jail for the attack and outstanding warrants. The responding officers thanked Nat for his actions in taking a criminal off the street. At this time, the attacker is not able to make the sizable bond and is in jail.
When asked to appear at the bond hearing, a determined and angry Nat said "wouldn't miss it for the world".
"You know, this sucks," said Nat. "Things have started to go really well with my new 'Hidden Adjenda' CD and now this happens. I served as a US Marine to protect freedom for a person to attack me, rob me or worse. This person is messed up."
Nat refused medical treatment and is back performing with no serious injuries.
"Man, this gives new meaning to my album 'Hidden Adjenda', this guy had his own hidden agenda but it didn't work out like he planned. I am not the baddest on the block but like any man, I will defend myself if someone attacks me. Of course being a former US Marine didn't hurt."
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