While not much information is currently available, the rapper was charged with aggravated battery after he allegedly attacked a man in a park in Dacula, Georgia on May 4. The man suffered a broken leg from the assault as well as bruises and cuts. The Atlantic Journal-Constitution previously reported that Georgia police had been searching for the rapper in connection with the assault earlier in May.
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Calboy’s arrest is the latest dose of bad luck the rapper has experienced in 2022. In March, he accused his label, Polo Grounds Music and RCA Records, of treating him like a slave and said he hadn’t been paid at all for his 2018 breakout hit, “Envy Me,” which is triple platinum.
“For years I was quiet and respectful,” he wrote on Instagram. “Being a team player ..for the past two years I’ve spent my own 100s of thousands to put my music out but yet they still wanna benefit off me n not put anything in …I got a gold album but they won’t count it ..got hit singles they won’t count & of course my break thru hit single which is 4x platinum,making them millions, I still haven’t seen a royalty.”
Calboy later hopped on IG Live to continue his scathing rant.
“RCA, muthafucking Polo Ground, all that shit,” he said. “I ain’t no slave, bro. I ain’t no fucking slave, just let me go. RCA, ya’ll fucked up by not supporting this n-gga and even allowing this shit to go on so long.”