Rich Homie Quan reportedly punched a security guard at Club LIV, when the security guard refused to let him in.
Rich Homie Quan reportedly tried to leverage his rapper status to gain entrance to Club LIV in Miami over the weekend, and when that didn't work out, he used his fists.
On early Monday morning Rich Homie and his crew attempted to get into Club LIV through the VIP back entrance. The security guard there told them the venue was at capacity, and that they would have to wait at the front door like everyone else. The security guard, Christian Cajigas, has since retained a lawyer who says, "The club was at capacity and he told him he had to go around the front and wait like everybody else and that's when this rapper who thought that he was above the law, that he's not the average person and he could get in anyway he wanted to."
Cajigas told the police that Rich punched him twice in the face, with photos of him documenting a possibly-broken nose and a bloodied lip. Apparently Rich Homie started the fight, but his crew did not hesitate to join in. "The rapper was the first person to throw a punch. He's the one that hit him right there in the nose. Square in the nose," Cajigas' lawyer says.
Following the scuffle, Rich Homie and his crew ran across the street and left immediately on a speedboat that was docked.
Miami Beach Police are currently investigating the incident, and hoping to speak to the Atlanta rapper about a possible battery charge.