Famed rapper, Ángel Jair Quezada Jasso, widely known as Santa Fe Klan, is under scrutiny following accusations from a fan that he ordered a violent attack during a concert on September 22nd in the capital of Guanajuato.
Cristian, an ardent follower, recounted the alleged assault on his Instagram account (@bravoyums), sharing images of his injuries to corroborate his claims. The posts have since garnered substantial attention with over 3,000 reactions and 200 comments.
A Picture worth a thousand words
Cristian detailed the incident, explaining how his attempt to take a photograph with the rapper took a harrowing turn.
“I approached to take a picture, and the guard granted me access without a problem,” Cristian began. However, after handing over his cell phone to the rapper, the situation purportedly turned confrontational. “When [Santa Fe Klan] received my phone, he became aggressive… I requested my phone back, yet his demeanor grew increasingly hostile.”
The sequence of events that followed is at the heart of the dispute. Cristian claimed that after a brief verbal altercation, the rapper ordered his security personnel to attack him, shouting, “SOBRES DE ÉL!” Cristian alleges he was beaten by the group, sustaining injuries, particularly to his head, and his phone was not returned.
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Santa Fe Klan’s rebuttal
While the rapper has yet to release an official statement on the matter, he did respond directly to Cristian’s Instagram post, hinting that the fan posed a potential threat at the event.
“I was taking photos with all fans,” Santa Fe Klan commented, “But I will now upload videos from my store’s cameras to show the machete you had concealed in your pants. That’s why I left the neighborhood.”
Online, the incident has spurred a divisive debate among netizens. Comments range from expressions of skepticism, and calls for legal action, to unwavering support for the rapper. One user wrote, “That’s what happens when you make anyone an idol,” while another said, “Without evidence, no one will believe you.”
The event has shone a spotlight on issues surrounding celebrity interactions and fan entitlement, with clear lines drawn between the supporters of both sides. As the controversy continues to unfold, the public awaits further information to discern the truth of the allegations.