Rapper Booba is seen in Orly Airport in Paris, France August 1, 2018 in this still image taken from a video obtained from social media on October 9, 2018. RAYANE MAB/via REUTERS
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Two French rappers who clashed in a gang fight at Paris' Orly airport, delaying flights and damaging a departures lounge, were fined 50,000 euros ($57,000) each Tuesday but escaped jail time. Their trial shone a light on the lifestyle of rappers, whose swaggering lyrics are often part of a bad-boy image which heightens their notoriety and music sales, but sometimes ends up being played out for real.The airport incident erupted when Booba, 41, and Kaaris, 38, bumped into each other while waiting to fly to Barcelona.Eleven people were arrested and sent to trial on charges of aggravated violence.
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