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Offset fends off an overzealous fan with pinpoint karate. An 18-year old shopping at Target chose the wrong day to assert himself. Junior Gibbons was browsing the Target aisles in Sandy Springs, Georgia this past Monday when he spotted Offset with his peripheral vision. It’s at this point he is believed to have muttered, “What up, Offset?” at least once or twice with his camera phone pointed in an intrusive manner. Wrong move, Junior. Offset quickly spotted the selfie attempt, karate chopping the phone out of the teenager’s hands, causing the screen to crack into pieces. Offset’s run-in with the overzealous Gibbons is similar in nature to the events that led to Conor Mcgregor’s most recent arrest. If you’ll recall, McGregor attacked a fan’s phone, but instead of cutting himself off after the initial chop, the MMA fighter proceeded to stomp the cellular device into tiny particles once it had landed on the ground. In Offset’s case, Gibbons and his family won’t be seeking a felony charge. Gibbons did file a police report, but that’s more of a formality. Well folks, you can’t exactly go around throwing your camera in your faves face. Peep the video in the FULL story at www.itsKenBarbie.com #offset #offsetryn #fatherof4 #theydoanythingforclout #clout #cardib #cardi #iamcardib #bardi #bardigang #gossip #karatechop
An 18-year-old fan spotted Offset in Target in Sandy Spring, Georgia.
He starts recording a video on his phone and you see Offset walk into the video frame.
You hear the fan say “what up Offset?”
You see Offset walk over and smack the phone down to the ground cracking the screen of the phone.
The 18-year-old has filed a police report because he wants a new phone.