A famous rapper based in Washington D.C. was arrested last Tuesday, March 29, at the largest casino in Maryland. He was accused of attempting to use counterfeit $50 bills at a craps table to pay for his gambling.
Martrel Reeves, better known by his rapper alias "Fat Trel", age 25, has accordingly been charged with possession of counterfeit currency. Trel is currently signed at Atlantic Records a[...] Read more » Rapper “Fat Trel” arrested for using fake $50 bills at casino in Maryland
He did not even own a bank card yet has no idea when he is holding counterfeit bills. Truly not the sharpest tool in the shed, but he could have get off with it somewhere else if he uses the bills separatly... But I'm not gonna help him with more ideas, I think. He should have to figure this one out by himself.
Joined: Oct '15
Age: 31 (M)
"Police officers said it was easy to detect the fake cash because 8 of the 9 bills have matching serial numbers" Casino pit boss be like- Hey Fat Trel you should change your name to Fat Tell, lol. Off you go to jail where you will have time to write an album. Just make sure not to use the same lyrics over and over again ;p
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Fake bills are the bane of life. How dare people think they can scam the monetary function of governments and cheat their fellow,citizens by plunging such degrading dosh into the economy..... And then moan like hell when things cost more and they get less in benefits etc. Maybe our unlucky friend can make something of his predicament by writing a rap about it......
Copyrighted to me........ So there I was putting some dollar on the board When the dealer said, that ain't no normal hoard So I looked in surprise that I had been caught Cos the dollars I had I had only just bought For a few dollars less than their true face value And I really could have done with a few more than you Cos we always want more than others have got But at least the cops didn't have me shot. But I made the news with my dodgy dough But this new law case has some way to go. So I ain't convicted yet and no sentence in sight So I ain't done wrong yet and I don't think I might Get a prison term for a good guy am I And I promise no more dodgy bills to buy.
DamoSk 6 April 2016 copyright No stealing my words!!!!!!
Edited by damosk (Wednesday, April 06, 2016 @ 22:44 GMT)
Joined: May '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
Am I that out of touch? Never heard of the guy.
------------ Let me try and write a rap too...
Bitches on my left arm, birches on my right Slappin' down these fifties all f***ing night No one here will catch me, there's no cops in sight But then that eagle eyed f***ing dealer said something isn't right I tried to play the fame card, said bitch do you know my name? But nothing could get me off the hook with the serial numbers all the same I didn't need to do it, I'm making bare dollars from my tracks But soon I'll be in lock up, hitting honkies with an axe Cos I'm a stupid crackhead degen, there is no saving me I had a lot but wanted more, pure stupidity So the moral of this story? I'm sure there is one there... Ah f**k it, I'm too stupid... and I don't f***ing care
Edited by yout85 (Wednesday, April 06, 2016 @ 23:40 GMT)