Roc-A-Fella Signee Uncle Murder Deads Beat Down Rumors, "Do It Look Like Anything Happened?"

 In a recent DVD interview, New York mixtape standout Uncle Murda shot down rumors of being assaulted by a group of people outside a New York club.

Rumors surfaced on the internet last week claiming Murda was punched twice in the face while leaving T-Pain's album release party and took off running when a mob converged on him.

Murda confirmed that he did get into an altercation but claims no one laid a hand on him.

"I'm hearing niggas saying Uncle Murda got knocked out, niggas two pieced me, niggas robbed me, niggas dragged me down the block, niggas chased me six blocks and all that," said the New York bred rapper. "C'mon man, stop playing! I smoke cigarettes I can't even run motherfucking six blocks." [Watch Here]

"Do it look like anything happened to me?" Murda stressed while approaching the camera for a close up of his face.

"I was in a little situation with a couple of dudes," he revealed. "They were probably like 10, 15, 20 nigggas or whatever. I was with one of my home girls, Medina, I was by myself with Medina, a promoter, you can ask her to she can verify the story."

"I'm walking out the club, I'm walking through these niggas," he continued. "I had no place to go but walk through them. So I'm walking through these niggas and when I finally get to the end, that's when a nigga gathered up enough courage to try and swing on me. A nigga tried to get his Floyd Mayweather on but he ain't lay a finger on me."

"I weaved, I ran down the block a lil' bit then I turned around like 'Whatsup faggot ass nggas!?!', then they started running towards me," Murda explained. " I ran towards the middle of the street, I gripped up like I had that motherfucking thing. No bullshit! I didn't have my thing on me; I gripped up and acted like I had a fucking thing on me. These niggas ran the other motherfucking way and I ran my motherfucking way man. I was by myself."

Uncle Murda signed to Roc-A-Fella Records earlier this year. He is featured on Fabolous Def Jam debut, From Nothing To Something, which hits stores tomorrow (June 12).

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