Memphis, TN – How far would you go for a record deal? While some up-and-coming rappers rely on Boonk Gang-esque hijinks and car freestyles to get themselves noticed, one 23-year-old Memphis, Tennessee hopeful took a much more desperate approach.
Last week, two suspects attempted to hold up a Midtown location Wingstop, a chain with�some locations owned by notorious MMG head honcho,�Rick Ross. As reported by News Channel 3 in Memphis, one the suspects, Cedric Miller — who�police have identified as the man with�no mask on in the surveillance video — was allegedly trying to get Yung R�nz�l’s attention.
�That�s a ridiculous way to get someone�s attention. How are you going to get his attention after sitting in jail?” Cameron Blaine, a Wingstop customer, told News Channel 3. “I don�t know if he is going to get signed if that�s the case,” said Huron Wilson, another customer, adding, “I doubt it.�
The two would-be criminals left the restaurant empty handed and adding insult to injury, all the news reports seem to have deliberately left out any link or mention his actual music, so nobody — not even Ross — can hear it, even if they wanted to.