YUNG BLEU claims five police cars pounced him after he tried to buy a tour bus in Gainsville which is located in Georgia, USA. The rapper said he and his […]
YUNG BLEU claims five police cars pounced him after he tried to buy a tour bus in Gainsville which is located in Georgia, USA.
The rapper said he and his crew went to a store named Absolute Trailers in the Georgia state with the intention of buying some new transport to mover around in for his upcoming tour.
But his went left when the owner accused him of fraud, which Blue passionately denied.
After a disagreement with the owner who had by this point called the police, Bleu and his team decided to leave.Embed from Getty Images
And before he could get out of the state, Blue claims the local police had other plans and were laying in wait as they tried to exit Gainsville.
At first it was only one police female offer who pulled him over, saying he had a dodgy number plate on his car.
Then she was quickly joined by five other police vehicles who began asking him about the alleged fraud at the tour bus store.
But Bleu was taking no chances with the police and recorded the incident on his phone before releasing it on Instagram, which The Sun reported on.
He documented the stop and can be heard breaking down what had taken place during the incident.
Blue said: “They approached me and my team for absolutely nothing trying to buy a trailer for my tour at (Absolute Trailers) the owner was an old white guy who called the police talking about they suspect fraud!
“We have a brief back n forth and then as I leave, the cop is sitting in the middle of the highway waiting on us.
“They trap and get behind me! Say my tag is obstructed, but she clearly had her lights on way before she saw the back of my car!
“The first officers walk up with hands on guns damn near drawn on us saying, ‘What y’all doing here?
“Five cars have pulled up on us since then! Saying we do fraud and all type of lies!
“I was just trying to buy a trailer!”