Offset Will NOT Face Charges For Target Phone-Smashing Incident

Offset Will NOT Face Charges For Target Phone-Smashing Incident

LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 23: Offset of music group Migos performs onstage at Nickelodeon's 2019 Kids' Choice Awards at Galen Center on March 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Offset got lucky today ya’ll!

A few months back Offset was shopping at a Sandy Springs, Georgia Target, reportedly buying a baby stroller; when he was approached by a fan who attempted to record the rapper. He then got visibly irritated and reached out and smacked the young man’s phone out of his hand, breaking the phone.

A few after the altercation happened, Junior Gibbons filed a police report, about the damage to his phone, which was then classified as a felony simply because of the cost of the device. Last month, a felony arrest warrant was put out for Offset for the damage he inflicted to Gibbons’s phone. Law enforcement officials have now spoken to TMZ and told the outlet that prosecutors will not be bringing a case against the Migos band member because he and Gibbons were able to reach a mutual agreement on their own. Gibbons reportedly just wanted the rapper to pay to replace his phone, but not see him arrested. We’re glad this was able to be settled outside of court!

Watch the video recorded by Gibbons, via TMZ below:

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