Rap-A-Lot Records founder and CEO J. Prince commands respect in the streets and Hip-Hop circles. It was J. Prince who put word out that Steve Francis‘ stolen chain was to be returned, or there would be consequences and repercussions.
We broke the story … the NBA legend was chain snatched by some dumbass at a Sauce Twinz concert in Houston last weekend.
Now, we’ve learned … Francis has some powerful friends in Houston — including Prince, who not only runs Rap-A-Lot Records, but is known in the rap community as a guy you just don’t mess with.
Also, the Sauce Twinz are managed by YEMG … the management group owned by Prince’s son, Jas.
Sources connected to Prince tell us once he learned the chain went missing … he put out word, “The chain must be returned.”
It’s great that Steve Francis has powerful friends. He still needs to rethink where he hangs out, though.