The mother and friend of George Obregon Jr., who was brutally attacked by Nardo Wick’s entourage, have come forward to share their thoughts on the incident. The attack, which left George hospitalized, has left them shocked and deeply disturbed.
The mother and friend of George Obregon Jr., who was viciously attacked by Nardo Wick’s entourage, have spoken out about the incident and the impact it has had on their lives. The attack, which occurred after George asked for a photo with the entourage, has left him hospitalized, while his mother and friend are seeking justice and hoping to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Mother Gives Update on George’s Condition
Michelle Obregon, George’s mother, provided an update on her son’s health, stating that he is currently in stable condition. However, doctors are closely monitoring him to determine if there will be any long-term effects from the attack.
Friend Recounts the Disturbing Incident
George’s friend, Connor Villa, who was present at the concert, was just a few feet away when the violent incident unfolded. According to Connor, Nardo Wick’s entourage gave them a strange look as they approached, holding their phones up. Suddenly, without warning, they launched a vicious attack when George asked for a photo together.
Connor was stunned when one of the entourage members continued to assault George even after he was already knocked out and unresponsive. He believes that resorting to such violence over a simple request for a picture is completely absurd and should never have happened.
George’s Recovering, but the Details Remain Vague
Although George is now awake and able to speak, Michelle reveals that he hasn’t provided many details about the incident and doesn’t remember much. The main focus for his mother is his recovery and ensuring that no other parents have to endure the same devastating experience.
Call for Justice
The video footage of the attack has sparked outrage, and the incident is currently under investigation by the Tampa Police. They are urging the public to come forward with any information that could help identify the attackers. The hope is that justice will be served and that this kind of violence will not be tolerated.