photos: Thugs Steal Rapper Fetty Wap’s $70K Chain And They Posts It On Instagram For Grab

It’s getting SERIOUS outchea in these streets. Hip Hop artists are being robbed left and right . . . ALLEGEDLY.


In the lastes bit of hood news, rapper Fetty Wap appears to be be the latest victim to the streets. An Instagram user named Louie tha G posted a photo of a diamond-encrusted RGF Island chain with the caption, “We just want $10k or summin.” He also tagged Fetty’s Instagram username – suggesting that this was Fetty’s chain.

But he ain’t SNITCH ON HIMSELF THOUGH. Dude went on The Gram to clarify that he did not take the jewelry, but wanted to return the expensive piece to its rightful owner. “We ain’t take it!” he said. “We just got it back and we tryna give it back! Come scream at me Fetty Wap.”

Other members of the crew have been on Instagram wearing the chain, including user smash280. “RGF Chain. We got y’all shit back,” he wrote in the caption. “Somebody tag Fetty or one of them.”



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  1. oreluvsmanunited Reply

    But really guys aren’t smiling oh. So much guts from the guys that took the chain. Wonder what move the rapper will make now.

      1. Hon.great Reply

        Nah he go just go and sell it in d streets better still melt it and turn it to gold ear ring if na igbo guy steal am #na joke I dey ooo lol

  2. Hon.great Reply

    Dumb thugs sooner or later dey will catch one of dem, dey are forgetting dat dey is something called d police and sooner or later dey will get their ass thrown in jail

    1. socretes Reply

      I wish it was that easy. I dont think these perpetrators care about peace of mind. They only care about the money.

  3. socretes Reply

    Oh boy. People are not smiling oh. Just hope the rapper will be able to retrive his expensive chain back.

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