Diamond Responds To Car Repossession Claims, Drops New Track “Shots Fired” [Audio]
Atlanta rapper Diamond is responding to reports that her car was repossessed at a Young Money video shoot.
As previously reported, the emcee was on hand at Lil Chuckee’s video shoot when a repo man came to take her 2010 yellow Camaro for back payment.
The former Crime Mob member confirmed the reports herself on her Twitter page saying that she “just bought” the vehicle and wondered if the repossession was a fraud.
Since then she’s recorded a video speaking with a car dealer who confirmed that the repossession of the vehicle, which she now claims was a gift, was a mistake and has released a statement saying,
“At the end of the day, I’ve done everything to present the truth to the public. They’ll chose to see the truth, or they’ll run with what’s more entertaining, either way I’m moving forward.”
She’s also dropped a new track in retaliation for the negative press she’s received which she calls a “release.”
The new track “Shots Fired” appears on her Cocaine Waitress mixtape.
Listen to it below.