Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince recently played peer mediator for Steve Francis’ stolen chain and he’s set to tell the world exactly how he got it back.
In a newly published YouTube clip, the Hip-Hop mogul grinned as he proudly flaunted “a chain that was returned” in plain view.
“This is Steve Francis’ chain and it shall be returned to him,” Prince says to the camera man, who said details would be revealed on FOX. “It’s not even broken. [It’s] in good shape,” the gangsta’s liason continued.
On the night of March 1, the former NBA All-Star was the centerpiece for a violent video which showed him being viciously beaten at a Houston rap show. Unlike most of Internet thuggery these days, no one has owned up to the crime, and accused assailants Sauce Twinz, recently told HipHopDX that they had nothing to do with it.
Peep J. Prince trying to downplay his power in the Houston streets in the video below.