Fetty Wap’s Promoter Charged With Attempted Murder

A man affiliated with Fetty Wap’s camp has been arrested for his role in a shooting that left three people injured last weekend.

Sylvester Huffin, 34, has been charged with two counts of first-degree attempted murder and three weapons charges, according to the New York Post. Huff serves as executive manager at Fetty Wap’s RGF Productions.

Huffin is the second person to be charged in the violent melee.

Raheem Thomas, 36, was arrested early Monday morning and charged with aggravated assault and weapons possession, the New York Daily News reports. He got an additional charge of armed robbery tacked onto him Wednesday.

Thomas posed with Fetty Wap’s “1738” chain on IG. Thomas wrote he wasn’t responsible for the chain snatching, but can be seen in leaked footage holding a gun.

Thomas is accused of causing the altercation between the crews after following Fetty into a Patterson, NJ deli.

A physical altercation ensued with one male being struck with a gun. The fight spilled outside, where gunfire erupted. One man, 34, was found with a gunshot wound to his lower leg, and another man suffered a gunshot wound to his torso.

Fetty Wap didn’t let the situation get the best of him. Fetty kept his head held high amid the robbery, as can be seen in positive tweets posted to his account.

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