2 Chainz Shares Horrific Aftermath Of Miami Car Crash
2 Chainz is beyond grateful after making it out of a nasty car crash relatively unscathed — but the same can’t be said for the vehicle that hit him.
As previously reported, the “Presha” rapper was rushed to the hospital in the early hours of Saturday (December 9) after being hit from behind while driving in Miami. TMZ reported that the driver of the car that hit him was suspected to be driving under the influence.
Following his release from the hospital, Tity Boi took to Instagram on Monday (December 11) to show the aftermath of what he survived.
“This the car that hit us from behind,” he wrote with a photo of a mangled Tesla. “Praise God for the blessings , Things could have been worse , but it wasn’t , don’t wanna pity party, but i do appreciate every single person that checked up on me.”
He continued: “Sometimes someone in my position don’t feel like the love real or maybe it’s mind thing , but I truly felt the love and don’t worry bout me , I’m good , shake back king.”
On the next slide, he showed himself boarding a jet to leave the Sunshine State — though he still had some sort of apparatus from the hospital, so his healing journey is ongoing.
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This setback comes as 2 Chainz is in the middle of promoting his latest joint album with Lil Wayne, Welcome to ColleGrove.
While appearing on the Rap Radar podcast on a new episode released Thursday (December 7), the former Playaz Circle rapper revealed that 50 Cent did the skits on the album in one take and was a true professional.
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“I actually wrote these things for 50 to say,” 2 Chainz said. “And I sent it to him because first of all, 50 is somebody that has a voice I think people can recognize. Two – he’s in the TV space and three, I knew that when it was time to put out a album, I was going to do something to maybe fuck people up to think maybe he was.
“I had this whole thing in my head about trailers and chaos and mayhem like, ‘What the hell they got going on?’ So I hit him and he did it for me. I mean it didn’t take long.”
He added: “He killed it on the first take as far as knowing how to breathe, the spaces. Just little stuff that us as creatives that I just wanted.”