More details continue to emerge in the alleged shooting involving A$AP Rocky.
According to TMZ, LAPD sources say they probably have video of last November’s shooting, which was caught on surveillance video.
A$AP was detained and arrested last week for assault with a deadly weapon after arriving at a private terminal in LAX with Rihanna. He’s accused of shooting a man during a dispute in Hollywood. The alleged victim, an acquaintance, claimed Rocky fired multiple shots and grazed the left hand of one of the bullets.
Police searched Rocky’s Los Angeles home on the day of his arrest and recovered multiple weapons. LAPD sources, however, say the weapons they found did not match the one used in the shooting. They also reportedly found shell casings at the scene, so they knew the type of caliber.
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The cops used the serial numbers of the weapons, and they were all fully registered and legally acquired. The police didn’t take the guns to the station, so after the search, they dropped them off at Rocky’s house.
It is unclear how detailed the surveillance video is, but it may be a more important piece of evidence than the weapon itself.
The D.A. has yet to decide whether to charge Rocky, who was released from custody after posting $550,000 bail. She and Rihanna were reportedly celebrating their baby showers with a rave-themed party in Hollywood just days after his arrest.
Asap Rocky Arrested For Assault With A Deadly Weapon
Asap Rocky was arrested wednesday morning when he arrived in Los Angeles.
The rapper flew to LAX on a private jet from Barbados and was greeted by police at the terminal and taken away in handcuffs. According to NBC News, he was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a November 2021 shooting that was not previously reported in the media.
Rocky, who was born Rakim Mayers, was investigated by the LAPD over the November 6 shooting in Hollywood. The surviving shooting victim later told police that Mayers approached him in the street with a handgun. The victim claimed Mayers fired at him three to four times and grazed his left hand.