PnB Rock was allegedly involved in a brawl that took place at the King of Prussia Mall near Philadelphia.

The incident reportedly occurred on Saturday (Oct. 19) inside the mall's Neiman Marcus store, reports TMZ. Witnesses tell the celebrity news site that the Philly artist and a group of men stormed into the store and began assaulting three men who appeared to be shopping.

The brawl was captured on camera. A man who appears to be wearing the same outfit Rock showed off on Instagram earlier that day can be seen kicking a man on the ground along with two other people. At the same time, another group appear to be attacking another person nearby. Seconds later, the man who appears to be the Philly rap/crooner and crew flee the store. The men then reportedly got into a waiting vehicle and left the scene.

According to TMZ, the police were not called about the incident. Mall security would not comment on the fight. XXL has reached out to PnB Rock's team for comment.

PnB Rock has been staying out of trouble since he was arrested in January for possession of narcotics and a stolen gun after a search of his home in Bensalem, Pa. yielded four pounds of marijuana, scales, packaging material, over $33,000 in cash and a stolen .40 caliber Glock handgun.

He released his latest album TrapStar Turnt PopStar in May. The project featured A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Diplo, Tory Lanez, Tee Grizzley and Quavo as well as the Lil Skies-featured anthem “I Like Girls” and “Middle Child” with XXXTentacion.

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