Ludacris‘ supervisor, Chaka Zulu, has actually been jailed for murder in connection with the deadly shooting of a male outside his dining establishment — however brand-new video from the occurrence programs Zulu getting beaten by a group of guys prior to he fired — paving the way to a self-defense argument.
We’ve acquired monitoring video taped June 26 outdoors Zulu’s Atlanta dining establishment Apt4B. A group of guys, consisting of Artez Benton — who was eliminated in the melee — show up to Apt4B, park in the valet location and make their method inside. 10 minutes later on, the guys leave the dining establishment — owned by Zulu — after some sort of conflict.
That’s where the video begins. Zulu, who was formerly in the car park speaking with a pal, makes his method back inside his dining establishment, and enters into a heated exchange with Tre’mon Robinson, among the men who was informed to leave the dining establishment.
During the argument, a male called Corey Crawford is seen obtaining something out of a car. A source straight linked to the case informs us Zulu’s legal group thinks Crawford was getting a weapon.
Robinson movements to his good friends to come over and after that appears to chest bump Zulu … which’s when all hell break out.
Chaka grabs Robinson, however Crawford and Benton dive in and they all start mauling Chaka. At one point, Chaka’s female assistant (in the orange t-shirt) tries to assist Chaka, however Robinson punches her in the face … knocking her to the ground.
Crawford ducks for cover behind 2 automobiles, which’s when shots call out. It appears Chaka is the very first to fire, striking Benton … a plume of smoke shows up from Chaka’s weapon. Another plume of smoke appears to originate from Crawford’s weapon. It appears he fired numerous shots and one hits Chaka in the back.
Benton was struck in the chest … you see him crawl away. He later on passed away from his injuries.
As we reported, Chaka’s been arrested for murder, worsened attack, easy battery and ownership of a gun throughout the commission of a criminal activity. He turned himself into authorities recently, however from the start, he’s preserved he acted in self-defense.
We’re informed authorities remain in ownership of the video.