Alphamega Explains Dirty Awards Brawl

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Coon of The Day, Hip-Hop Beef, News

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Alphamega explains the stupidity, and idiocy he set off that night that Shawty Lo’s brother got dropped at the Dirty Awards:

In a recent interview with, the rapper issued a heartfelt apology to the organizers of the event and explained that he was acting in self-defense during his much publicized altercation with members of Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo’s camp. “First I wanna apologize to [Radio One Atlanta Operations Manager] Steve Hegwood and all of Radio One, and to all of the fans, for the incident that occurred,” Alfamega told “The fans, they came to see a show, they shouldn’t have been subject to the beef that we had. I not only embarrassed myself, I embarrassed them also.” According to the rapper known as the “Grand Hustle Muscle,” previous accounts of the melee at the Dirty Awards last Monday (November 24) were wrong on several points. He stated that the conflict was actually initiated by members of Shawty Lo’s entourage during his impromptu performance of the diss song “Don’t I.” While some witnesses identified Alfamega as having thrown an object, alternately described as a bottle or chair, from the crowd, he revealed that a bottle of water was actually thrown from the stage. The object hit Grand Hustle artist Bola of the group Xtaci in the face, prompting someone else to throw a chair, Alfa said. The more violent conflict, which left Shawty Lo’s brother on the ground, was an instance of self-defense, the rapper claimed. “I was out on the floor and Tip and LA were up there performing, and I was dancing around, I jumped up on a table,” he recounted. “And Shawty Lo picked up a drink like he was gon’ toss his drink on me. He was on top of another table. Just like with any human being, if you in the club and I’m looking at you like I’m gonna throw a drink on you and we already don’t like each other, your first reaction is to [defend yourself]. “When he looked at me like he was gonna toss it, I got down off the table, cuz one of the cops came over and told me to get down.” According to Alfamega’s account, that is when the situation began to escalate.

“When I looked around, it’s not just this dude, it’s three more of his people coming up too behind him and one of the security dudes with Shawty Lo,” Alfamega stated. “The first thing I’m thinking is I’m gonna be in bodily harm, and I’m not gonna let you harm me. So I smacked him. I didn’t punch him, I slapped him. Everybody thinks I punched and that’s how he fell out. Then I started swinging on the other dudes, that’s when the cops started spraying the pepper spray.” By the time Alfamega was escorted out of the venue, the responding officers were approached by several other artists who vouched that he had not started the fight. He was released free of charge.

We appreciate you providing an explanation for the coonish behavior displayed, and we hope that you refrain from all future coonistic activities. Thanks.



  • E$

    T.I. hired goon, he don’t sell records. He’s just a hired bodyguard that think he can rap. MMA or UFC would be a better job

  • nai-boogie


  • nai-boogie

    oh damn i meant 4th, lol

  • Micaroni715

    I thought the Eastsidaz were providing security to Snoop. Rap has finally crossed over into pro wretling. All these antics are killing the culture. No one can adequately define hip hop at this point. What a sad commentary, artists behaving like thugs. The fakeness of it all. No skills required for success anymore.

  • HF

    “I am the stone that the builder refused… I am the inspiration… that made ‘Lady Sings the Blues’…”



  • Mr Cee

    What a nigger…

  • bria

    @Sawyer I could not have said it better myself. It is time for these artisist to grow up. It is not that serious it was never that serious. GROW UP.

  • Coop


    This has nothing to do with race or any other issues. If you look back at history it is just what young men do. Look back at the Irish Italian, Jewish kids and etc. If you would really like answers it is more of a psychological issues of young men period. We as black need to stop feeding into the idea that it is just black that behave like this and then maybe things will change.

    You should ask yourself why it is that the media highlights this but not other races. When Tommy Lee and Kid Rock got into it everyone laughed and moved on, but it was not looked at as a indictment of the entire white race by other whites. Do we as black people have that low a self esteem of our own race???

  • Sheletha

    All I can think about is the Boondocks episodes where Gangstalicious got in a fight at an awards show that started with a thrown chair.

  • Black College student

    When I went to a dance not to long ago, sponsored by a consortium of African and Arab students, they invited Black women to come, but they didn’t want young, Black males there and we all no why. They always break out with trouble and mayhem causing trouble that it seems no one but them want. it seems that they always want to be on display in a negative way. Pitiful really.

  • Me again

    Excuse me, I wrote,”no why”, I meant to write, “we all know why”

  • Walter

    There was a time when black entertainers had so much class and talent, I shudder to think about what the Rappers have done to the image of black celebrities. Rappers can’t sing, can’t play instruments and they know very little about music. Go to youtube and look up the magnificent talents of Motown, Stax, The Philly sound and all the rest. Go back even further to the Blues artist who could actually play instruments and knew so much about music. Rappers are like an anomaly from hell. Stupid, uneducated, can’t communicate worth a dime, violent, dangerous and just out-and-out pathetic as hell.

  • Motown Girl

    Thank you Walter, my dad played with Muddy Walters at one time. If you want to hear real talent on youtube began here: Albery King, Freddy King, BB King, Muddy Walters(of course), Son House, Howlin Wolf, Chuck berry, Miles Davis, Lousi Armstrong. Jackie Wilson, The Temptations, The Miracles, any group from Motown, Sam Cooke, Issac Hayes, Sam & Dave. All the R 7 B groups of the 1950’s & 1960’s. Black folks had so much talent back then. They were so intelligent, beautiful in their looks and behaviors and adored world-wide. Even now in Britain, the hottest most beloved music is R & B from the 1960’s. We have got to get back to where we were once. What kind of families did these Rappers come from to make them so ignorant and uncivilized.

  • True Music Lover

    Hey everybody, if you want to put a smile on your face today, go to YOUTUBE and look up Peebo Bryson. Click on his song, Can You Stop The Rain. See what true artistry is.

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