However, now that some time has passed, Kingston has come forward to address the situation, hinting vaguely that the reports of the incident are not true.
Once the chaos calmed down, the singer recorded a selfie video of himself, showing off his seemingly unscathed face and claiming that he remains unbothered by the situtation, saying, "You can't keep a good man down."
In the video, Kingston doesn't address the Culture rappers by name, but instead simply insists that his face looks "smooth as motherf**king ice" while posing the question, "Do I look like I got jumped?"
However, the video doesn't appear to prove that the fight didn't happen in any capacity, just that Kingston is in good spirits and doesn't have any visible bruising.
Video footage was also released claiming to show Kingston being handcuffed after the alleged scuffle, which appears to be much more incriminating than Kingston's claim that the situation didn't escalate or go down whatsoever.
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TSR STAFF: Debra Oh! @The_Ebony_Issue _____________________________________ Yesterday, news hit the streets that #SeanKingston was allegedly jumped by #Migos and their crew after they ran into each other at an event in Vegas. _____________________________________ While details are still slim, Sean Kingston did make a video claiming that the fight never took place even though many sources including The Game claim to have video footage of it. _____________________________________ Well TMZ also released video of the traffic stop Sean Kingston had where it was reported that he was acting "semi-cooperative" with --- read more at TheShadeRoom.com (link in bio)
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According to TMZ, a nasty, physical altercation broke out between Kingston and the Culture rappers, leaving the Jamaican artist painfully battered and bruised.
Law enforcement told the site that the brawl happened at the Sands Expo and Convention Center on Tuesday (Feb. 21). Initiated by an argument regarding Soulja Boy, who previously had it out with the group’s fore-running member Quavo, the trio allegedly stomped out Kingston with kicks to the head as well, TMZ reports. In a nearly fateful twist, a member from Kingston’s entourage drew a gun and fired off a single shot. Fortunately, no one was struck and the shooter was taken into custody by officers who responded to the uproar.
TMZ adds that while the “Beautiful Girls” singer and Migos had all fled the scene before Las Vegas police arrived, Kingston was approached during a traffic stop. He was reportedly "semi-cooperative," but was tight-lipped on much of anything else involving the incident.
Law enforcement is also allegedly interested in speaking with Quavo, Takeoff and Offset as well.
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