Reality star Milan Christopher is recovering, after being attacked by a group of Atlanta men who refer to themselves as the "gay goons." The men pulled up on Milan, sprayed "mace" in his eyes, and beat him badly.
It's not clear why the self-described "gay goons" attacked the reality star. MTO News confirmed that Milan suffered non-life-threatening injuries during the attack however.
Milan is a rapper, actor, and model. He is best known for his supporting role on VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. He's also known for his slick mouth, and his propensity to find himself in drama.
But this time he got into it with the wrong ones.
After the attack, the "gay goons" gave an interview with a popular blogger, where they bragged about macing and beating Milan last week in Atlanta.
One of the gay goons explained, "We didn't taze him, we maced that b*tch."
Here is the video:
Born on the south side of Chicago, Christopher moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2008 to pursue his rapping/producing & modeling career.
After working with Beyoncé on the music video "Haunted," Christopher released his EDM rap single "Burning Up" under the music management of D-tech A.R. of Akon's Konvicts Musiq Label.
In mid-2016, Christopher released his album The Alpha and a controversial visual for his single "When I Go" based on domestic violence, bullying, and LGBT suicide rates. This music video caused Christopher to be featured on the cover of Los Angeles Times, as well as coverage in many publications and blogs. The music video won him the Gentleman of Artistry award at the 2016 Gentlemen's Ball, and a personal thank-you letter from California State Senator Isadore Hall III.