Another NFL running back is in trouble with the law — but this time it’s not for domestic violence.
It looks like rapper 2 Chainz told a lie when he claimed he wasn’t robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco last Sunday. Maybe he forgot the critical details of the robbery in all the excitement?
Gossip website TMZ.com has obtained video footage of 2 Chainz and his hard leg crew being chased down by 2 men and robbed at gunpoint.
The video shows 2 Chainz and his entourage casually strolling down the street single file when at least 2 men approach, one pointing a gun directly at 2 Chainz’s head. Footage from two surveillance cameras shows 2 Chainz and his crew turning and running as fast as they can when the gunman approaches.
The robbers obviously targeted the Atlanta rapper. One of them is so confident that he skips after the fleeing rapper.
Rapper 2 Chainz is not hard at all. He’s a nice, down-to-earth, thoughtful sort of man, who you wouldn’t expect to see strolling around San Francisco with 5 killers.
That helps to explain how 2 Chainz, real name Tauheed Epps, along with 5 members of his entourage, was robbed by 2 men, one armed with a gun, in San Francisco on Sunday afternoon.
2 Chainz was relieved of his wallet and 24Kt gold jewelry including a Versace timepiece and Versace medallion, all of which were catalogued on his Instagram page for easy reference.
A Macon woman is in police custody after she ran over her 4-year-old son in the parking lot while fleeing the Houston County Galleria in Centerville.
The tragic incident happened on Thursday night, when a Belk loss prevention officer observed Arkebia Albury, 25, shoplifting inside the store.
The security officer followed Albury and her children, ages 2 and 4, into the parking lot, according to a report on Macon.com.
When he ordered her to stop, Albury jumped into her 2001 Toyota Camry and hit the gas, but only her 2-year-old had made it into the passenger side of the car.
As the officer pleaded with Albury to leave the 4-year-old until an ambulance arrived, Albury got out out of the car and picked up the injured child.
“She picks the little boy up and throws him in the car and drives off,” Centerville Police Chief Sidney Andrews said.
Police caught up with Albury’s Toyota on Wilson Drive, near the mall. Emergency rescue personnel arrived and transported the child to a local hospital, where he is listed in critical condition with severe head and internal injuries.
“The child is in bad shape,” Andrews said. “It wasn’t looking too good.”
In addition to the 2 toddlers, Albury’s sister and niece were also in the car. The women were not charged since they stayed in the car when the shoplifting occurred.
Andrews said he wasn’t sure what was taken in the theft.
“I believe it was a couple of T-shirts. I do know it was clothing. It was a misdemeanor amount,” he said. “This certainly was not worth it.”
Albury is charged with with two counts of cruelty to children, reckless conduct and theft by shoplifting.
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