Houston rapper Trae tha Truth charged with assault against Z-Ro

It's been several months since a viral video showed legendary rapper Z-Ro assaulted and fellow Houston rapper Trae tha Truth, who was at the center of the beef has been charged for his involvement. 

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Court records show Trae tha Truth, whose real name is Frazier Othel Thompson, 42, has been charged with a misdemeanor for assault causing bodily injury. 

This comes after a video surfaced online showing Z-Ro, whose birth name is Joseph McVey, 45, on the ground in what some describe as a defensive position, while a man is attacking him.

Z-Ro claimed in an interview with FOX 26 reporter and host of Isiah Factor Uncensored, Isiah Carey, that he was lured away from a restaurant by Trae tha Truth before he was "sucker-punched" and attacked by several people. 

"It's Trae tha Truth. Yeah, he asked me to, after I was finished doing what I was doing with a fan, to come and speak to him," Z-Ro said. "So, I went over there with the intentions of speaking, and speech is not where we're going. That's not what took place, speech. So, it was a lot of, like I said, I was sucker punched and then I was jumped after the sucker punch." 

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WorldStar also shared video on Instagram, which appears to show rapper Trae tha Truth turning himself in to authorities. 

This is a developing story and will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.