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It’s a bouncers job to keep knuckleheads from ruining the party and sometimes they pay the price for it. But when a rapper puts hands on hired security you know his bankroll is going to feel the repercussions.

Rich Homie Quan found that out the hard way and because of his transgressions against a Liv nightclub bouncer, his bank statement is going to be $60,000 lighter.

The bouncer’s attorneys, Eric and Josh Hertz (last name irony?) told TMZ, “That’s one expensive punch and hopefully it’ll send a message – to not just celebrities, but regular people – you can’t go around punching people.”

The settlement stems from an incident in which the Miami nightclub bouncer claimed that the ATL rapper beat him like he stole something after denying him entrance into the VIP section of the club.

Though the controversial rapper coughed up $60k to settle the dispute his lawyer was convinced they would’ve won a trial and the settlement was strictly a business decision.

Sure guy.

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