Juvenile's son defends his actions in leaked video of the violent altercation.
Young Juve, son of rapper Juvenile, is trying to clear his name after he was arrested and later released Wednesday for his role in a brawl outside an Orlando nightclub. In a video of the incident posted to Worldstarhiphop, Juve, 19, can be seen joining in on an attack against a woman who has been knocked to the ground. Later, Juvenile is seen instructing his son to get into a black SUV.
"Threw a party, had a fight, got arrested and got a ticket," Young Juve wrote on Twitter of the incident.
According to the young rapper's own account, the woman and another man not seen in the video had been involved in an attack against his mother and sister, who were also in attendance at the party.
"N---a hit my moms and my sister and got his a-- beat end of story," Juve wrote. "Family first f--k all lat [sic] other s--t."
Though the video evidence of Juve Jr. attacking the woman is damning, he insists that a full video of what transpired will vindicate him.
Last week, fellow teenage rapper Lil Reese was at the center of his own assault controversy when a video of him viciously attacking a young woman was posted online.
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(Photos from left: Facebook/Young Juve, John Ricard / BET).