Rapper Could Face Charges For Twitter Prank
August 14, 2011 by Post Team
The rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, tweeted about her Twitter.com / thegame that fans could call a number given and apply for an internship to work for him, but the number given is the Compton area equivalent Los Angeles of the ’999 ‘and took the number of the caller straight through to the sheriff’s department.
According to TMZ, so many people tried to apply for an intern for The Game as the lines were jammed and people calling the emergency may have been denied access. Police said that despite their answer the phone with a formal declaration of the appellants were ringing, much asked if they could talk to the game.
When the rapper was told by the police, he responded by tweeting: “Yall can track down a tweet, but you can not solve the murder that was an accident, but maybe you all can do your job. .. ”
The police said they intend to file a complaint with the district attorney, who will decide whether to charge the rapper. If they decide to do so, he may be prosecuted for reasons to delay or obstruct a peace officer in the performance of their duties.
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