Rule #1 if a rapper gets robbed people usually post items that has been taken. Rings, chains, watch , money etc. 2 answer that question
— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) June 10, 2013
You’re an uber-successful rapper, and you get robbed at gunpoint for some elaborate chains and jewelry during a tour stop in San Francisco.
You rob an uber-successful rapper at gunpoint for some elaborate chains and jewelry during a tour stop in San Francisco. Instead of living with the self-satisfaction and material spoils that might possibly come with robbing a rapper, you take to Instagram, and start flexing about what you did.
Question: Who should be more embarrassed?
The 2 Chainz robbery saga took another stupid turn today, thanks to social networking and what has to be the most absent-minded criminal mind we’ve seen in a while. DDotOmen.com posted the following picture of Tity’s (real name Tauheed Epps) stolen driver license and bank card, uploaded to Instagram by user lilg04. Just remember, he did it for the #Bayarea.
So, if you’re 2 Necklaces, you have to be somewhat relieved that you can finally exact some sort of justice for getting robbed (and embarrassed). But at the same time, you have to be aware of the fact that the guy who pulled a fast one on you unintentionally turned himself in. I guess that’s 2013, folks. I think it’s best we all find a nice, challenging book to read and try to forget that any of this ever happened.