Gervonta Davis’ rep has issued an official “no comment” in regards to claims the boxing star was involved in a hit-and-run crash in Baltimore early Thursday morning.
Here’s the deal … cops are investigating a hit-and-run incident that took place around 2 AM in South Baltimore — where witnesses told officers a Lamborghini blew through a red light and hit another vehicle.
There is police scanner audio where cops describe the car in question as a 2020 Lamborghini with no tags.
Local reports out of Baltimore say the car is a Lamborghini Urus, a very expensive SUV. There is footage of Davis driving off in a tricked out Urus with no tags after his victory over Leo Santa Cruz on Saturday.
When cops arrived at the scene, the car responsible for the crash had fled — despite several people sustaining injuries in the wreck.
TMZ spoke with police who told us they would not comment on if Davis was a suspect.
Gervonta was reportedly celebrating his birthday at a nearby nightclub before the hit-and-run crash. The club is located less than a mile from the crash scene.
At this point, Davis has not been arrested or charged with a crime. The investigation is ongoing.
As for the victims, we’re told everyone in the car sustained at least minor injuries. One person was transported to a hospital.
Cops are now asking the public for help — “Anyone with additional information regarding this incident is urged to contact C.R.A.S.H. Team investigators at 410-396-2606.”
RYAN GARCIA CALLS OUT GERVONTA ‘TANK’ DAVIS
Ryan Garcia says he isn’t fazed by that explosive Gervonta Davis knockout — telling TMZ Sports he’s lickin’ his chops to get a crack at Tank.
“I’m extremely confident I’d beat that boy down,” Garcia tells us … “He’s just a big bully.”
Garcia and Davis are 2 of the top young boxers in sports and it seems like it’s only a matter of time before they meet in the ring.
Garcia tells us straight up he’d rather fight Tank sooner than later.
“We all know we can both knock people out. We all know we can put people to sleep that don’t belong in the ring with us. But, one day we got to step up and go against someone who can also get slept. And, that’s what I’m trying to do. I’m trying to get in there and give fans a fight they’ll remember for the rest of their lives.”
Garcia says he gives Tank props for that monstrous 6th-round knockout of Leo Santa Cruz this past weekend — but he’s not scared 1 bit.
“It didn’t even make my pulse go up.”
Garcia even has a message for Davis — “Don’t run away from the specialness. I can hit like that too. I can hit like that too.”
Next up for Garcia is Luke Campbell. The 2 are set to do battle on December 5 and Ryan says he’s looking to show the world why he should be the obvious next fight for Davis.