Two weeks after he was stuck up at gunpoint in the Bay Area, items taken from rap star 2 Chainz have surfaced online.
Either someone affiliated with or the actual person involved in the robbery posted a photo of the rapper's drivers license and Visa credit card this week. The accompanying message read: "That n**** #2chainz said he never got robbed out here in the #Bayarea."
2 Chainz (real name: Tauheed Epps) was robbed at gunpoint while in San Francisco for a scheduled performance, during which the crooks made off with his wallet and cell phone.
The rapper initially denied being robbed, but surveillance footage of the incident soon surfaced.