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Police say 46-year-old West Nashville Wingstop Store Manager Chaka-Khan Miller went outside the store and retrieved a silver pistol from her Dodge Charger a pointed it at an upset customer who had just left the store and was still in the parking lot. She reportedly told the customer she was going to “burn her” while aiming the handgun at her. The argument began because the customer was told she had to use online ordering instead of ordering at the counter. Police retrieved the gun during a search of the manager’s office inside a filing cabinet.
Chaka-Khan Warner-Miller Perkins was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on February 16th, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She posted a $25,000 bond and was released to her 7201 Charlotte Pike address in Nashville.