F*ck The Kush.
Look out, chain snatchers. Try to rob T-Pain's Jesus piece, and he will leave you bodied.
"There's one [song] called "Havoc." It's a true story about when I got my chain snatched in New York the night before my first album dropped," T-Pain recalled. "Somebody snuck a gun in the club and stuck it in my stomach, but I wasn't going to give my chain up - it was my first chain. He pushed me back and as I was fallin' he snatched the chain and ran out the club. It was pretty weird. It's such an in-depth story, it's like a 5 minute song."
T-Pain, hinted he may have resorted to deadly means to recover his chain, but eventually got the jewelry back. "He stole it to sell back to me ... but I didn't buy it back," the singer revealed. When Blender.com inquired whether the thief was still breathing, Pain's ominous reply was, "No, he's not alive."
LMAO. Hilarious. I don't even have much to say in response to this corn. But one thing's for sure: this mafia story sure is a far cry from T-Pain's voluntarily turning himself in to police back in November... for a suspended license warrant. For a homicide mastermind named Faheem Najm, that's gangsta. Madd gangsta.
Up next: Havoc records a joint about seeking revenge for Tru Life and his peoples (who stripped naked and robbed some of the Mobb Deep crew)-- with T-Pain on the hook.