Jay-Z’s 40/40 Club is in hot water yet again following the discovery of a videotape that was posted on YouTube this week. The video shows two men being beat by a group of bouncers in the parking lot of the 40/40 Club in Atlantic City.

The video, which was recorded by DJ Zeke (who performed at the club earlier that night), shows the two men being kicked and punched with one of the men pleading with bouncers to stop.

“We came down to Atlantic City to have a good time, not to have the crap beat out of us,”
one of the victims, Tyrell Durant, told the New York Daily News. “We did not do anything to deserve this.”

Earlier that evening Durant and his friend Leonard Clark were charged with disorderly conduct by police and kicked out of the club after they allegedly harassed staff members and female guests while at 40/40.

This recent incident is just one of many that has plagued 40/40 Club since the club opened its first location in 2003. Last year, a class action lawsuit was filed against the club for unfair treatment of its workers.