Bronx, NY – J. Prince accused Zae Numbafive and his crew of leaping YBN Almighty Jay in an Instagram publish earlier this week. Now, Zae has reportedly been arrested — however not for the alleged assault and theft.

According to TMZ, Zae and three different members of the Jack Boyz crew had been arrested on Wednesday (March 13) within the Bronx as a part of an unrelated federal investigation.

All 4 males are going through an tried homicide cost in assistance from racketeering in addition to firearm fees in reference to the capturing of an off-duty New York Police Department officer. Another member stays at massive.

Sources say the crew was questioned concerning the Almighty Jay assault after their arrest, and whereas two of them admitted to being on the scene, they finally wouldn’t cop to any prison exercise. One of the Jack Boyz claimed to have issues with Almighty Jay up to now, however he stated they squashed them. However, Almighty Jay denied even figuring out the crew.

Almighty Jay advised police he’s now keen to cooperate with the investigation, however doubts he’ll be capable of establish his attackers just because there have been so many. During the melee, the 19-year-old Houston native was robbed of his pockets, $16,00zero in money, a $20,00 Rap-A-Lot chain and his sneakers. He additionally required 300 stitches in his face after somebody cracked a Hennessy bottle over his head.

No fees have been filed within the alleged theft and assault, however the investigation is ongoing.

On the flip aspect, if Zae and the opposite members of his crew are convicted on the tried homicide cost, they withstand life in jail.

Zae appeared to taunt Prince with the allegedly stolen Rap-A-Lot chain in a current video clip. But, it appears to be like like karma got here to get him.

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