A day after the reported scuffle between rappers Sean Kingston and Migos, some interesting development took place. Kingston went to social media to debunk claims of the clash, with his ice-smooth face as proof.
Posting on Instagram, Kingston, first known for the single "Beautiful Girls", asked his fans if his face looked like someone who got beaten up. According to Heavy, the post included a recent image of the Kingston, effectively refuting claims that he got jumped by the Migos the night before, and even got stomped in the head.
Reports about the altercation claim that Kingston and the Migos got into some heated argument related to another rapper, Soulja Boy. As TMZ reported, the two parties got all heated up, after performing at the Sands Expo and Convention Center Tuesday, ending in a physical confrontation.
Adding to the drama, it was also reported that Kingston's camp fired some shots, though no one came out to be hurt by it. Afterwards, Kingston was spotted having a discussion with some police officers, though he was reportedly not the most cooperative person, leading to the singer being handcuffed.
Recent reports about the incident note that Mioses Johnson, the man who made the shot, has received charges of felony and carrying a firearm without permit. In defense, Kingston claims that Johnson only wanted to end the scuffle, and did not mean to hurt anyone.
Discovered through the now-defunct social media outlet Myspace, Kingston started his career in 2007 with his self-titled album "Sean Kingston". His debut single "Beautiful Girls" hit the charts worldwide, leading the rapper to front some tours like Gwen Stefani's "The Sweet Escape" tour and Beyoncé's "The Beyoncé Experience" tour.
Kingston released his second album, "Tomorrow" on 2009, followed four year later with 2013's "Back 2 Life." Sean Kingston is currently working on his fourth studio album with RedOne, though no release date has been given.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.