Tity Two Necklaces made his daytime television debut yesterday morning as a guest on “The Wendy Williams Show.” 2 Chainz performed two joints off of his solo debut album, Based On A T.R.U. Story as well as continuing to plug his partnership with Respect My Vote.
“My whole campaign is to notify felons that they do have a voice. I’ve been a felon since I was 15-years-old, wrong place at the wrong time. But I voted for the first time in ’08,” 2 Chainz told Wendy Williams. “So just because you are a felon it’s not over, you just have to do your research.”
Respect to Tity Boi for continuing to turn a negative into a positive and using his voice for good. Check out the performance and the interview down below.
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