Chicks be bugging.
Yes, I just said “be bugging” because that’s the first thing that popped into my mind after learning about the ratchetness involving a group of young women (and I use the term women lightly) in Smyrna, Georgia. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that a social media dispute via Instagram has left a victim with second and third degree burns over her arms and legs.
Billy-bad-asses Ashley Hardy, Jasmine Ragland, Shatericka Barrino, and Stori Brown went to an apartment to confront three other women over messages left on Instagram. But they were met by three other Billy badder asses and probably future members of the Bad Girls Club, Zawadi Clark, 20, Myzelle Armstrong, 18, and Mykhal Tait, 20. These three chicks were armed and dangerous. By armed and dangerous, I mean they had baseball bats and a pot of hot grease.
The “unarmed” girls attempted to retreat back to their cars, but the cooking grease and baseball bandits pried their car door open. Clark then splashed Hardy and Ragland, sitting in the front, with the oil, causing second and third-degree burns to the women’s legs and arms.
“Just shocked,” Hardy said of being doused with the hot grease. “I couldn’t even scream. That was the thing. I couldn’t scream. I was just in shock. I didn’t believe what was happening to me.”
Clark, Armstrong, and Tait were charged with four counts of felony battery. Clark and Armstrong are free on bond but Tait remains locked up at the Cobb County Jail.
If hindsight was 20/20, I’m sure Hardy wished she never ran up on someone else’s house. “Don’t ever show up to anyone’s house after they tell you they’re planning to fight you,” she said. “Just don’t show up. Just let it go. Ignore it.”