J. Prince Helped Retrieve Steve Francis's Stolen Chain

J. Prince Helped Retrieve Steve Francis's Stolen Chain

Rap-A-Lot Records CEO put word out on behalf of former NBA All-Star.

Published March 6, 2015

J. Prince is a good guy to know and a bad guy to cross. It's a good thing that former NBA All-Star Steve Francis is on the Rap-A-Lot Records CEO's good side.

Prince reportedly helped Francis retrieve his stolen chain. According to TMZ Sports, Prince put the word out on Houston streets that "the chain must be returned" and like clockwork it turned up a short time later. 

TMZ Sports originally reported that Francis had his chain violently snatched right off his neck during a concert in Houston and that nobody was arrested. Well, Prince reportedly found a way to restore order in a different way.

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Last month, Prince put out a "courtesy call" aimed at Diddy, responding to his reported clash with Drake, whom the Rap-A-Lot CEO calls family.

"You awakened a sleeping giant, let me put these bully n****s on notice," he says in the recording. "Puffy feeling like he can put his hands on my family, opens the doors for his family to be touched."

He also calls out Suge Knight, Lil Wayne, Baby and Slim over the recording, warning them saying, "I'm your worst nightmare." 

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Written by BET-Staff

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