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Aggravated-Battery Suspect Brisco Throws Birthday Party

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Well, if there's any doubt as to why Opa-Locka rapper Brisco is running from the cops, just check out his Facebook page. Late last week, it was reported that the past DJ Khaled and Lil Wayne collaborator was sought in connection with the beating of an 18-year-old man.

Updated 4:55 p.m.: Brisco turned himself in to North Miami Police on Monday.

Since then, though, photos of Brisco celebrating his own birthday have emerged.

Brisco, real name British Alexander Mitchell, reportedly "began to pummel [the victim], to beat him, strike him, punch him, knocking

him unconscious and sending him to the hospital," according to North Miami police. According to the man, who has since been released from the hospital, Brisco then fled in a white Range Rover... to an undisclosed bunker filled with crepe paper and party hats.

Meanwhile, the Goon Music CEO posted new photos of himself celebrating a birthday party late last night on Facebook. Here is one shot of Brisco about to gouge out a few slices of cake in a pose that does not at all connote that he is stressed out right now.
Folks with birthday wishes are advised to call the North Miami Beach Police Department at 305-891-8111 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.


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