Oklahoma City attorney Kent Bridge is suing rapping enthusiast 2 Chainz for more than $10,000 for legal work that Bridge said might have saved the Atlanta-based artists life.
You might remember Mr. Chainz was arrested (along with others on his tour bus) back in August 2013 when an Oklahoma City officer pulled over the tour bus because of a defective taillight and then smelled an overwhelming odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.
Bridge said 2 Chainz (real name Tauheed Epps, Spanish name Dos Chainz) called him from the bus to help negotiate the peaceful surrender of those onboard the vehicle. He said the police were considering a tactical entry that might have led to a loss of life.
In addition to the 11 people arrested, police recovered a shotgun, a pair of pistols and ammunition after searching the bus. Despite that, Epps only pleaded guilty to obstructing a police officer in the performance of his official duties.
What about the $10,000 bill from Bridge? Maybe the rapper can sell one of his two chainz.
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