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Just to set the record straight. I personally didn't take @fettywap1738 chain. I'm not responsible for no one else action but my own. I don't have a personal problem Fetty Wap. He just a good kid in the way. How he got his chain taken I don't know and I don't care. That's none of my business. Did I take a picture with. So did The whole down the hill got a picture with it on. Now enjoy the rest of y'all night. 💪🏿 I will love to take the credit for it but unfortunately, my Instagram is no liar.
PATERSON, NJ – Willie Maxwell, also known as Fetty Wap, was involved but not harmed in a hometown robbery, turned shooting. The artist was with several of his associates at the time of the 5 a.m. robbery on Sunday morning. The altercation occurred in front of an all-night deli in South Paterson, New Jersey.
Paterson Deputy Police Chief, Troy Oswald, confirmed that Fetty Wap and several of his crew members were involved in the shooting, while none of the people who were shot suffered any life-threatening injuries. Following that statement, the Deputy Police Chief revealed that Maxwell and his friends are not suspects in the robbery or shooting of the incident.
The shooting victims were taken to nearby hospitals, but photos of Fetty Wap’s stolen 1738 chain had surfaced on Instagram shortly after the incident. Can the young king enjoy life?!