A man who told police he was a rapper was robbed early Sunday morning at the Hilton Hotel on Courtland Street in downtown Atlanta, according to a police report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The man told police he was tied up by three men who barged into his hotel room around 3:30 a.m. He was robbed of approximately $5,000 in cash and $20,000 worth of jewelry.
The man was identified by 11 Alive news as 612 Fat Boy, a/k/a FatSauce (pictured above).
The robbery was the second such incident targeting Hip Hop in as many weeks. In a previous incident, three men were robbed at gunpoint of $40,000 worth of jewelry and iPhones as they sat eating breakfast at a Buckhead Waffle House.
The Waffle House victims were reportedly followed from a popular Atlanta nightclub by a robbing crew.
Rumors spread like wildfire via social networks that rapper Ca$h Out was one of the Waffle House robbery victims.
Ca$h Out denied the rumors on his official Twitter page and his publicist sent the following statement to the AJC.com.
“In spite of what you may have heard or read online … regarding an alleged robbery that involved national recording artist Ca$h Out, we would like to inform fans, media, and the general public, that my client was not robbed,” Carter said. “The incident in question … pertains to another individual that is unfamiliar to us, and with whom we have no ties. Our prayers are with the young man, who was the victim of this horrific assault.”