Who leaves a hard drive full of unreleased music in a car with the engine running on the streets of Atlanta? One of Quality Control's hapless engineers did just that.
Quality Control CEO Pierre “Pee” Thomas is offering $20,000 for the return of a hard drive that was in the stolen vehicle.
Mr. Thomas, who is engaged to Rick Ross' ex Lira Galore, is offering 20 stacks for the return of the hard drive stolen out of the engineer’s Dodge Journey at a Chevron gas station in Atlanta.
Thomas took to Instagram.com to announce the reward offer for the very expensive hard drive.
“That was my enginer [sic] car with an important hard drive in it,” Pee wrote. “I know you just doing what you do and I’m not knocking your hustle cause I use to steal cars in the 90’s. I have 20k cash money for the hard drive back.”
Pee added: “Hit me in the dm or anybody who you know that know me or anybody in the camp. It’s all good we need that hard drive. Thank you."
Quality Control Records is home to rappers Cardi B, Migos, Lil Yachty, City Girls, Lil Baby, and more.
The rappers are constantly in and out of the studio recording tracks. So anyone's music could be on the hard drive.
Quavo of the Migos hinted that the guys were working on a new mixtape with Drake. Maybe that music is what Thomas is desperate to get back.
Knowing Atlanta thieves, he probably threw the hard drive out the car window, and it's laying in a ditch somewhere on the Southwest side of Atlanta -- since that's where most of Atlanta's car thieves live.
Update: Money talks! QC CEO Pee Thomas updated his Instagram account with an image of his shirtless artist Lil Baby, along with the message: "Hard drives secured."