But in all seriousness, the
New York Post
reports that Texas rapper Ladesion Riley, or as his handful of fans might know him "312 Jugg God," can definitely be described as a clown after he and his little posse were recently arrested for robbing an ATM technician in Nashville, Tennessee, only to be caught almost immediately after. What makes it even better is that Riley had recently released a song on YouTube in which he raps about robbing ATMs and hoping to make it home without getting caught.
Only he did get caught. And while the irony may be funny enough, it's made even more so by the Houston Police Officers' Union clowning on him for it.
\u201cDon't add this song to your roadrunning playlist:\n>> https://t.co/B9MzrfcKjq\n\nLink to story:\n>> https://t.co/iLcFTHQeCW\u201d
— Houston Police Officers' Union (@Houston Police Officers' Union)
Interestingly enough, the HPOU also posted to Twitter that Riley was on felony bond for a pending charge and one of his cohorts, Darius Dugas, is pending life in prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm. They added, "Instead, [Dugas] is free on bond." Makes one wonder what bonehead made that decision.
Jugg's fans are going to be waiting a while for a new track to drop, but we know exactly where you can find
something new for your playlist
. And in the meantime, perhaps rappers shouldn't be even dumber in real life than they are in their music. It's just a thought.