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French Montana Helps J Prince Locate Stolen Chain

French Montana arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday, March 4, 2018, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

J Prince has to be sweating tears of relief.

Apparently, all his efforts to bring back a stolen chain has worked, says TMZ.

Just last week, YBN Almighty Jay was involved in a street brawl that left him badly bruised and beaten. Details of the fight imply that Jay got into it with a Bronx street gang, who physically assaulted and stole the rapper’s wallet, shoes, and diamond coated necklace. After the altercation, Jay was so severely injured that he had to be admitted into a hospital. He is now recovering from multiple stab wounds.

However, it wasn’t Jay’s healthy recovery that J Prince hit the internet asking for. Instead, Prince hit the internet asking for the stolen chain back. According to the MobTies member, the chain is more than just a piece of jewelry— it’s a representation of Rap-A-Lot Records.

When Prince initially asked for help retrieving the chain, via Instagram, many MobTies affiliates ignored his message. However, French Montana proves to have had his back all along. Montana, along with Hocus45th, helped bring the chain home.

The two flew to Los Angeles to personally hand deliver the jewelry to a happy J Prince.

Prince states that:

“It was never about the chain, it was about the name that was built off of blood sweat and tears.”

He later shares a photo of the retrieved goods.

Thoughts? Did you think the chain would be returned, or did you think it was gone forever. Share your thoughts below.

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