Fivio Foreign, a rapper star from Brooklyn, has recently addressed the rumors surrounding the alleged chain theft, revealing that he was never a victim of such a crime.
Initially, reports emerged claiming that Fivio’s rival rapper, Big Pluto, had snatched his chain. However, a recent episode of the Math Hoffa’s My Expert Opinion podcast suggests otherwise.
During the podcast, Loui Paso, a close friend, and rapper, joined the discussion to shed light on the incident. Loui emphasized the extensive security measures surrounding Fivio, making it nearly impossible for an average person to get close to him. “He usually rolls with six or seven security guys,” Loui explained.
Loui went further, expressing his doubt about the rumored theft and asserting that the chain had never left Fivio’s neck. Shortly after, Fivio himself called in to confirm Loui’s statement. Loui promptly showcased Fivio wearing the chain in question, debunking the theft allegations. It’s worth noting that Fivio Foreign collaborated with the jewelry company GLD last year to create this chain, which was part of a larger collection.
During the time when the alleged theft was reported, the suspected perpetrator, Big Pluto, participated in a YouTube video interview with 16ShotEm Visualz. In the interview, Big Pluto mentioned the chain, stating that it was Fivio’s authentic piece and that duplicates of the chain were made for sale to his fans. He highlighted its significance, suggesting it represented “demon time,” though he clarified that such behavior was not prevalent among individuals.