Charges stemming from a November club shooting against rapper Yo Gotti, which left 5 men wounded, have been dropped. Gotti and nine other men were charged with aggravated riot in a melee gone wrong in the parking lot of an entertainment complex in his native Memphis. Shelby County District Attorney spokeswoman Jennifer Donnals says all the charges were dropped because there weren’t enough witnesses. The incident started shortly after the rapper and his friend, Corey McClendon, got into an argument with rapper OG Boo Dirty. The argument escalated into a full-on brawl after OG punched McClendon. This ignited an all out brawl when, according to police, “unidentified persons from within the brawl started firing shots.”

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