A bouncer for Hyde nightclub in Los Angeles has filed a battery report with the LAPD, accusing Lil Wayne of punching him in the face Sunday, June 26.
Weezy and 2 Chainz were at the club hosting a BET Awards after-party. That's the only thing either party agrees on.
According to TMZ, the bouncer claims that the Young Money Records boss got heated because some of his entourage were not allowed to enter the establishment. An argument escalated to the point where Wayne allegedly threw a punch.
The bouncer went to the hospital for minor injuries and called the police.
Wayne's teams says the bouncer's story is 100% fabricated.
In their version of events the bouncer worked their VIP section the entire night. At some point there was tension caused by the employee grabbing the rapper's arm because he didn't recognize him.
Wayne's sources say he later apologized.
Authorities have opened an investigation and want to talk to the "How to Love" hit maker.
At worst he could be facing a misdemeanor battery charge.
According to the assaultandbattery.org, a conviction could cost him up to $2,000 in fines and 6 months in jail, under California Law.