Fetty Wap has reportedly decided not to file a police report following a robbery, which saw his chain and some cash snatched, on Sunday (26.03.17) because he thinks it's better the ''streets'' handle it.
Fetty Wap doesn't want to file a police report despite being robbed on Sunday (26.03.17).
The 25-year-old rapper had a chain and an unspecified amount of cash snatched while in Patterson, New Jersey, with police dispatched to the scene at around 5am amid reports shots had been fired during a fight, but it's thought officers are struggling to progress with the investigation as the singer reportedly doesn't want to co-operate.
Sources close to the 'My Way' hitmaker told TMZ that the he doesn't want to get caught up in the incident, which saw three people injured, and thinks it's better to let the ''streets handle his feud'' with Raheem Thomas,who was arrested on gun charges on Monday (27.03.17) after he flashed Fetty's stolen 1738 chain on his Instagram.
Despite the arrest, police are remaining tight-lipped on who they think fired the shots, who was injured and whether they've even tried to reach out to Fetty over the incident.
It is unclear whether Fetty - whose real name is Willie Maxwell II - was involved in the firearms incident, but he was not one of the victims.
Meanwhile, the 'Trap Queen' hitmaker became a father for the third time last March when on/off lover Masika Kalysha gave birth to their baby girl.
The 31-year-old reality star had announced her pregnancy the previous November, and later identified Fetty as the father - but he suggested he wasn't.
However, Masika later revealed she had asked her former lover - who already has son Aydin, five, and daughter Zaviera, two, from past relationships - to undertake a test to prove paternity on multiple occasions but he refused.
She previously said: ''I tried to demand him taking a paternity test. He doesn't want to take one. I asked him seven times, 'Will you just volunteer and do it?' He refuses.''
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