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Reached Monday afternoon, Duct Tape Entertainment representatives denied any affiliation with Williams and denied they're a gang at all. Instead, they bill it as an entertainment corporation, which may have had a tough reputation in the past but is now a legitimate company whose founders, Alley Boy and Big Bank Black, have had success in hip-hop.
Williams left the scene off Second Avenue in an SUV before police arrived, according to an incident report. The maintenance man showed an officer a video he’d taken of Williams making the “unprovoked” threats, the report said.
The DeKalb officer who lives at the complex said there had been similar situations with Williams, in which he’d argued with employees while a gun poked from his waistband.
Williams was arrested Saturday on charges of aggravated assault, false imprisonment and terroristic threats, in addition to gang activity.
He remained in jail Tuesday. The location of the car wasn’t clear.