Rapper Nardo Wick’s Entourage Brutally Knocks Out Fan Who Asked for a Photo, Leaves Him in Critical Condition
Alec Gearty, New York Post, November 29, 2023
Members of a Florida rapper’s entourage brutally attacked a young fan who had approached the musician for a photo on Monday night, leaving the man with a concussion and a brain bleed.
George Obregon, 20, is in critical but stable condition following the ruthless beating outside Club Skye in Tampa, where rapper Nardo Wick had performed earlier in the night, according to WFLA.
Obregon walked up to Wick, whose real name is Horace Walls III, and his entourage after the concert in the hopes of meeting his “favorite artist.”
Rapper Nardo Wicks entourage of ex-gang members, beat this Tampa fan.. a kid, after he asked for a selphie.
He’s now unconscious in the hospital w a severe brain bleed.
PSA: IT takes ZERO TALENT to pop adderall, talk incoherently fast into a mic, & grab your stupid crotch! pic.twitter.com/5x7O4fWROk
— 🇺🇸ProudArmyBrat (@leslibless) November 28, 2023
Obregon, who had VIP tickets for the concert, was blindsided and knocked unconscious by one member of Wick’s entourage, disturbing social media footage showed.
As Obregon was frozen and leaned against a wall, a second man delivered at least three more punches as the defenseless fan fell and his head bounced off the ground.
“I want everyone to see what these motherf—ers did to my son,” George’s mother, Michelle Obregon, said Monday. “At no point was my son aggressive, at no f—in’ point did he show any sign of harm! My son wanted a stupid f—in’ picture with his favorite artist! And this is what he gets! I am sick to my stomach to think about how this could have turned out!
“I don’t condone what happened to my fan George after my show in any type of way,” Wick said. “I expressed to him and his mama how sorry and concerned I was that it happened to him, multiple times before anything was even posted or on the internet.”
The rapper, known for his 2021 hit “Who Want Smoke?,” condemned his entourage’s attack and said he “can’t control another grown man actions.”