Migos rapper Offset will not be charged over the incident in which he smashed an invasive fan's phone while he was shopping in Target.
The cops have dropped a felony charge of damage to property against the rapper, whose real name is Kiari Cephus, stemming from the Sandy Springs incident.
The fan, Junior Gibbons, 18, filed charges against Offset after he claimed the rapper slapped his cellphone out of his hands while filming him shopping in the store. He then posted the video on shared on Twitter spoke to news outlets. Offset's lawyer had previously slammed Gibbons for waiting four days to report the incident and of trying to extend his "five minutes of fame."
“All parties involved were able to able to come to an agreement,” Sandy Springs police Sgt. Sam Worsham told AJC.
According to reports, the fan wanted his phone replaced. Details of the mutual agreement have not been released.