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Odd Future Accused Of Beating Fan Who Jumped Onstage In Texas [Video]

A 17-year-old Texas boy has filed a police report claiming rap crew Odd Future pummeled him after he was tossed onto the stage during a concert in San Antonio, earlier this month. According to a police report filed with the San Antonio police department, Chassan Rasagi claims OFWGKTA blessed him with the beat down after he hopped onto the stage will they were performing at the White Rabbit on December 8.

TMZ is reporting,

Sources tell us … OF rapper Hodgy Beats pushed Rasagi back into the crowd …and he then became a human ping pong ball when the crowd pushed Rasagi back on stage. At that point, we’re told the group attacked Rasagi en masse. Rasagi suffered lacerations on his head, scratches, and burns to his body during the melee. We’re told he also suffered two seizures. We’re told Rasagi now plans to sue the group. It’s worth noting some people in the crowd claim Rasagi threw the first punch.

Rasagi is reportedly preparing to file a lawsuit against the group. This wouldn’t be the first time. Last year, group member Left Brain was sued after he allegedly attacked a photographer.

Check out video of the melee, below.

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