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The Eif Rivera-directed video sees the rapper showing off his throne, big chains and luxurious cars while he compares himself to the Miami Heat player.
Giving info about the January 19 hearing concerning a fight outside a nightclub in Memphis, Yo Gotti said the case was dismissed due to 'false allegations.'
Murray Wells said in a statement following the rapper's arrest, '(Gotti) is not an advocate of violence by any means.'
The rapper reportedly will be charged with aggravated riot, a felony charge that can carry a penalty of one to six years behind bars.