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Prank Gone Wrong

Bronx rapper Nas EBK has recently been charged for terroristic threats and assault over acts committed in the filming of a YouTube prank video

Drill rapper Nas EBK, real name Nasir Valenzuela, recently has been arrested and charged for crimes committed in a YouTube prank video, according to ( The video, uploaded on Jan. 9th by a YouTube channel named Buba100x, depicts Valenzuela and Buba at a grocery store in Rochelle Park asking customers and employees questions before yelling out. The video then grows tense when Buba takes the hat of one of the employees, who angrily reacts with the statement "don't do that buddy." Valenzuela responds by taking the hat and fleeing with it.

The video eventually presents the irritated worker again confronting Valenzuela and Buba, to which the latter tries to explain that they are filming a prank video. As tensions rise, Valenzuela can be seen taking something out of his pocket; according to Rochelle Park Police, the Valenzuela was threatening the employee with a scalpel-like knife.

The rapper then can be heard saying in the video "Walk toward me again and I'll violate you." Valenzuela then kicks the man before fleeing with Buba.

Watch a clip of the exchange below:

The video amassed over 430k views since it was uploaded last month. The Bronx rap artist was arrested on Tuesday by U.S. Marshalls in Penns Grove, NJ on charges of simple assault, terroristic threats, possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes, and disorderly conduct.


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