Update: T.I.'s Grand Hustle Partner Believes He Knows Culprit Behind Molotov Attack

Jason Geter, the co-founder of T.I.'s Grand Hustle label, recently revealed to MTV that he may have an idea  of who was behind the Molotov cocktails that were found outside the label's office yesterday (November 19).


As reported earlier, two Molotov Cocktails were found outside the Grand Hustle offices Thursday morning.  A SWAT team was called to the office to remove the explosive devices from the scene. Nobody was harmed.

Police have yet to point out a suspect but Geter believes an aspiring artist who came to the office earlier this week was behind the attack.

"A kid came over there a couple of days ago that acted kind of crazy," Geter explained to MTV . "I wasn't there, but some kid that was a little off was pretty much asking for somebody to come to his party. He got a little irate when he was in the office. We're kind of assuming it was him. He made a couple of threats when he was in the office. Two days later, this happens. You can't help but say, 'It must have been this idiot.' "

Despite the scare, Grand Hustle plans to keep things moving. The label will be dropping  new albums from Young Dro, 8Ball & MJG, B.O.B. and DJ Drama in 2010.

"From January to springtime, those acts will be dropping," Geter divulged.

T.I. is currently serving a one year prison sentence on felony weapons charges.