Although it’s been almost four months (August 21, 2013 to be exact) since the Oklahoma City incident when rapper: 2 Chainz and his entourage were pulled over (for a broken tail-light) then arrested (for not allowing the police officers to search their tour bus) after their appearance on Lil’ Wayne’s “America’s Most Wanted” tour and show at Chesapeake Energy Arena; it looks as though the rapper may be facing possible jail time + a $1,000.00 fine as a result of the arrest (again: four months ago).
According to reports, 2 Chainz is dangling from a misdemeanor charge for obstructing an officer (four months ago).
So hopefully alls been fresh over in the “I’m Different” rapper’s life because the “Feds” sure as hell have been busy: watching-and the witch hunt resumes. He posted in a tweet (December 24) about his lil’ Christmas present he was sent:
So the fact that OKC is charging me with obstruction months after pulling my bus over And finding nothing lets me know the devil is busy
— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) December 24, 2013
News of the misdemeanor charge suddenly appeared (interestingly) weeks after 2 Chainz appeared on MTV’s Rap Fix Live and declared that he was “going cold turkey on all criminal activities” because he didn’t want to be notorious for being that rapper with the mug shots and going to jail. In his words: “…And then for me-I made so many mistakes…I made mistakes when I was like—previous to being in this position,” 2 Chainz confessed.
He continues: (quote) “…to where I don’t wanna do mug shots, I don’t wanna be on these TMZs and these news outlets. I’m not trying to portray that. I don’t wanna be the rapper that’s try’na sell albums to go to jail or whatever it is” (unquote).
Well, the “Feds” must really be interested in 2 Chainz life imitating his art by bringing to life his own lyrics: “I’ma be fresh as hell if the Feds’ watching,” because according to the most recent reports, (yeah, four months later-all of a sudden) 2 Chainz is facing fresh charges that could lead up to a year in jail + a $1,000 fine.
Oklahoma City attorney Mack Martin, who represents 2 Chainz and three of the nine other men charged during the arrest (four months ago) is hoping to have the matter resolved in the very near future.
Eye Spied at AllHipHop.com and HipHopDX