Former Grand Hustle artist and T.I. affiliate Alfamega recently made a statement to confirm that his son and daughter were assaulted in T.I.'s Club Crucial in Atlanta, on Christmas Eve.

According to the reports, the rapper's son suffered a broken jaw and his daughter was stabbed multiple times.

"I had a talk with Tip's uncle Derrick, who co-owns Club Crucial," Alfamega explained. "I was like 'my daughter got stabbed up there dog and my son got his jaw fractured. He 'was like huh? I didn't know that.' They didn't know, they people they got into it with didn't know they were my children. I was told that my children wasn't in the wrong. The girls and the dudes attacked her and stabbed her and basically my son jumped in cause they were attacking his sister and somebody hit him from the blindside."

Alfamega's daughter was stabbed three times, suffering a collapsed lung. She has since been released from the hospital and is recuperating at home, along with Alfamega's son.

"He [Derrick] called the guys who supposed to run the little crew they got into it with and they didn't know it was my children either," Alfamega continued. "They were really shocked and remorseful. And I told they the only reason I am going to give them a pass is because they didn't know. And I don't want to take it there because I still got a little situation. I don't want it to be deeper than what it is. I am glad that both of my children are still living."

T.I., who dropped Alfamega from his label after it was revealed that he had worked as an informant, was released from prison just two days before the assault took place, a coincidence which Alfamega claimed had nothing to do with his children's altercation. He also claimed that no retaliation for the incident would be made on his side.

"I straight up told the dudes there wouldn't be any street retaliation behind it, even though there might be others that don't feel the same way I do that surround me," the rapper said. "And at the end of the day, it's all about what I want to do. And I don't want no street retaliation of violence. It's a new year. And all in a nutshell they didn't know. I would look at it different if they knew they was my children. And I don't wish that upon nobodies children."

No charges have been made in the stabbing/beating, as yet.