50 Cent Clowns Woman Who Claims She Was Stranded In ATL For All-Star Weekend
A woman by the name of Yazz TheeStallion claims she ran out of money during All-Star Weekend and is now stranded in Atlanta.
On her Gofundme page, she wrote, “I went to Atlanta for all star weekend with $400 only booked a one way because I was waiting on my unemployment to pay my way back but they baited I need help surviving and making back home to New York please anything will help!!!”
According to Hotnewhiphop, she had a goal of raising $1,300, and after getting donations from 50 people, she banked $1,600.
LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO naw y’all gotta stop traveling pic.twitter.com/KgnfMOxrmF— mrs. franklin saint (@ricchfever) March 7, 2021
Lil Yachty shared the story on his TikTok page, then 50 Cent chimed in and clowned her on Instagram. 50 shared a photo of her Gofundme profile with a bunch of crying laughing emojis. He then wrote, “is this real or is somebody trying to pull some bulls—t. LOL ALLSTAR weekend is over.”
Since the story went viral, Gofundme has deleted the page.
Yazz Theestallion is out here winning Most Creative Scam Of The Week. Get that money girl 💸 pic.twitter.com/Kkx2RNpqcC— Camilla (@JuicyWhorex3) March 7, 2021
And hella cash app money 😭 go to her fb lol it’s Yazz TheeStallion— Gypsy Rose 🧜🏽♀️ (@GlassOfRemy) March 7, 2021
And now, Yazz is on Facebook bragging about the incident. She wrote, “Y’all swear GoFundMe gave y’all y’all money back when I really did it . Stop being gullible dummies. I said it was a joke now say something else and ima make another one and take every last penny.” There are also Facebook groups calling her out for the scam.