Union City Police said its criminal investigations division arrested Marquavis Goolsby in Suwanee. Goolsby goes by the stage name “Dae Dae." A video posted on his social media account also showed the rapper being taken into custody.
According to the warrant, on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020, the altercation began in the drive-thru, while Goolsby was in his red four-door Audi when he got upset because he didn't get a food item that he wanted at the Dunkin' off of State Route 138. Goolsby allegedly drove away but then came back shortly after 6 p.m. He entered the Dunkin' location where he began yelling at a teen who was 17-years-old at the time, the warrant stated.
The altercation - which was captured on surveillance video - quickly turned physical when he began swinging at the teen multiple times with a knife and chased her around the store, before stabbing her in the arm, according to the warrant.
When officers arrived, they found the teen on the floor and she was treated for her injuries by EMS but she declined to go to the hospital. The warrant stated Goolsby left his white tennis shoe on the floor before leaving.
Goolsby faces felony charges of aggravated assault. Union City Police said he is being transported to Fulton County Jail.
The encounter was captured on surveillance video. The suspect is seen swinging at the teen multiple times with a knife and chased her around the store, before stabbing her in the arm, according to the warrant.
It wasn't until last week when police said they were looking for Goolsby in connection with the stabbing.
The rapper is known for the popular hit songs "Wat U Mean" and "Spend It."
Police didn't release any further information about the arrest.