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2 Chainz Is Involved In A Car Accident In Miami

2 Chainz reportedly hospitalized

Local fire and law enforcement officers provided additional information to a media outlet, which verified the collision.

Rapper 2 Chainz reportedly hospitalized after Miami car crash. The Florida Highway Patrol reports that three cars were engaged in an accident at the junction of Northwest 22nd Avenue and Westbound State Road 112 in Miami, close to Interstate 95.

A 2016 Mercedes, a 2013 Nissan, and a 2010 Toyota were the automobiles involved.

At least one individual was sent to a nearby hospital, but there were no deaths. Ignatius Carroll of Miami Fire Rescue talked with Nikiya Carrero, a media reporter to offer further details on the injury report.

Carroll informed Carrero that Miami Fire Rescue was contacted just after 4 a.m. Upon arriving at the site, they discovered many individuals inside a vehicle involved in the collision with minor injuries.

Miami Fire Rescue evaluated five and seven individuals at the site, but they only took two Chainz to the hospital. Carroll claims that the rapper was hospitalized for a medical evaluation after suffering non-life-threatening injuries.

After the collision, 2 Chainz, whose actual name is Tauheed K. Epps, uploaded a video to his Instagram account. In it, he is seen being taken to an ambulance and then focuses on a black automobile that has significant front damage after a highway barrier wall.

“He was letting a lot of his followers know that he is okay, and he was kicking his feet back and forth — which is a good sign — but still needed to be transported to the hospital for further evaluation,” Carroll said to Carrero.

It was stated that he was in the Miami metro region for Art Basel and had left the Booby Trap strip club just before the tragedy. The media hasn’t verified these stories, however.

As the Christmas rush hits Miami and the rest of South Florida, Carroll gives Carrero some safety advice about driving at night. He emphasized that exercising patience and being aware of your surroundings and speed were the two most crucial pieces of advice.

Carroll said, “Going the speed limit never hurts.”

2 Chainz and other hip-hop icons are scheduled to perform at the “Grammy Salute to 50 Years of Hip Hop” in Los Angeles, on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT.


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Written by Jamil Johnson