RAPPER Dae Dae has been accused of stabbing a teen Dunkin' employee in a shocking attack that was captured in surveillance video.
Police said that Dae Dae, whose real name is Marquavis Goolsby, stabbed the teen girl in the arm after a fight broke out over a missing menu item in Union City, Georgia, in December.
Police said the argument started in the drive-thru when the suspect got upset because a food item he wanted was not available, according to 11 Alive.
The suspect drove away, but then came back later and entered the restaurant, police said.
Shocking video footage shows the suspect chasing the girl, 17, around the store with a knife.
Other employees can be seen looking on in horror and the suspect swings the knife at the teen repeatedly.
Police arrived on the scene and found the teen with a cut on her arm, but the suspect had already fled the Dunkin' store.
Goolsby, a 28-year-old Atlanta rapper, is accused of aggravated assault in the December 5 incident, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Police have not yet been able to locate the suspect, according to the outlet.
The rapper, best known for the 2016 hit What U Mean, posted a news report announcing the charges against him to his Instagram account on Wednesday.
"To Slammer My Name Huh," he wrote in the caption.
"They would wanna see me dead or in jail. It's crazy the type music I drop in nun but motivation music. They treatin me like a mass criminal."
It's unclear at this time if the rapper has turned himself in to police.
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