Rapper arrested in Fulton after allegedly choking girlfriend, biting her face

Osiris Williams
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Osiris Williams

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

A rapper was arrested Monday on a felony charge after allegedly choking his girlfriend and biting her face, police confirmed to AJC.com.

Osiris Williams, also known as YK Osiris, is accused of attacking the woman at his 21st birthday party, Fulton County police said. He remains in the Fulton County Jail without bond on an aggravated assault by strangulation charge, jail records show.

According to the police report, Williams’ girlfriend said she saw a photo of another woman wearing nothing but a towel on his phone, which started the altercation Sept. 7. The incident happened in the 3900 block of Aviation Circle in unincorporated Fulton.

Williams allegedly told her, “I am going to slap the (expletive) out of you.” She told police he chased her up a set of stairs into a bathroom, which is where he choked and bit her. She said she had to bite his lip to get him off her, the report said.

The incident left the woman with a noticeable mark under her left eye, which is where she claimed to have been bitten, the report said.

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The rapper released his first album last month and was recently featured as one of 11 performers in XXL Magazine’s 2019 Freshman Class.

Credit: Rich Polk

The rapper released his first album last month and was recently featured as one of 11 performers in XXL Magazine’s 2019 Freshman Class.
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The rapper released his first album last month and was recently featured as one of 11 performers in XXL Magazine’s 2019 Freshman Class.

Credit: Rich Polk

Credit: Rich Polk

Williams released his first album last month and was recently featured as one of 11 performers in XXL Magazine's 2019 Freshman Class, which consists of up-and-coming rappers. Atlanta rapper Gunna was also featured on the list along with Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby, YBN Cordae and Blueface.

Williams was born in Jacksonville, Fla., and lives in Braselton, according to jail records. The entertainer’s website said he had a concert scheduled at the Coca-Cola Roxy the day he was arrested.

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