It has been confirmed that Atlanta based rapper B.A.M.A., a recent signee to Young Jeezy’s CTE label, was one of the two men that was stabbed at a party for Hot 107.9 radio personality DJ Trauma earlier this morning.
TMZ reports that B.A.M.A. (born Antonio Henry) is currently recovering from a stab wound to the face at Grady Memorial Hospital in the ATL. The graveness of his injuries are unknown as of press time.
As XXLMag.com previously reported a fight broke out at the Luckie Food Lounge in downtown Atlanta around 2:30 a.m. during a party celebrating Trauma’s 10 year anniversary at the station. The altercation, which reportedly included 10 men, is rumored to have erupted between Jeezy’s CTE camp and DJ Drama Aphilliates crew. The Snowman has told various media outlets that he was not involved in a fight and Drama declined to comment.
Trauma spoke to XXL this afternoon and the co-founder of The World Famous Superfriends DJ Crew said he did not witness the brawl. “I didn’t know what had happened, because we were all upstairs in the VIP – Me, Estelle, Luda[cris] and [Young] Jeezy – and I was talking to Jeezy and I was like we about to go downstairs, and perform,” he shared. “So I grabbed Jeremih, Estelle and my artist Verse Simmons and we went downstairs and we started performing. And just doing what we do. He was doing ‘Birthday Sex’ and [Lil] Scrappy was performing and all of a sudden I was like damn were is everybody else at. And a couple of minutes later some people were like ‘they were fighting upstairs.’”
Authorities have failed to arrest anyone in the incident and the name of the other stabbing victim has yet to be released.
B.A.M.A. signed to CTE earlier this year. He recently released his debut mixtape Street Idol with DJ Scream. – Elan Mancini