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A 14-year-old girl has been charged with misdemeanor assault after she allegedly snatched a teacher's wig during an altercation at an atlanta school.

In the TikTok video, which has millions of views, the defiant girl is seen arguing with her teacher. The girl then threatened to snatch the teacher's wig off — to which the older woman replied "Come do it!"

The girl then approached the teacher and, after a brief stare down, the girl snatched the teacher's wig before fleeing down the hall.

Chaos ensues and the teacher retreats back inside the classroom with her wig in hand.

The girl was reportedly arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault. She is being held at the DeKalb Regional Youth Detention Center in DeKalb County, Ga.

Watch the video below.

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Rapper Gunna is giving back to his community by opening a grocery and clothing store inside his former middle school.

Th 28-year-old College Park, Georgia native surprised the students at Ronald McNair Middle School by opening Gunna's Drip Closet and Goodr Grocery Store inside the school.

The students can shop for groceries, toiletries, soap, clothing, and sneakers -- and everything is free!

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The Grammy-nominated rapper and Goodr Co. CEO Jasmine Crowe, right, said they received positive feedback from parents and teachers at McNair.

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"These are things I said I was gonna do when I got in a position to do it so I just gotta follow that," Gunna told The Atlanta Voice.

He is pictured with cheerleaders during his visit to McNair Middle School.

The rapper is best known for his debut studio album, Drip or Drown 2 (2019), which spawned his platinum track and lead single "One Call."

He is signed to Young Thug's YSL label and he has collaborated with Drake, Lil Durk, Nav, Young Thug, and Gucci Mane.

Mayor Lance Bottoms

Public school students around the country are participating in National School Walkout protests organized by Democrats who are pushing for gun control. On Wednesday, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms urged students to cut classes and walk out of schools in Fulton County.

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