Hall met Latoya Mapp Young Jeezy’s assistant at a Detroit Concert and represented to Hall that she facilitated Young Jeezy’s booking arrangement and she could help Hall’s dreams for a better Detroit and his mother.
Hall’s dreams became a nightmare in 2012 after he faithfully gave Mapp $100,000 of his life savings and borrowed funds from friends over a period of 14 months to book Young Jeezy for a better Detroit Concert. Hall trusted the hip-hop prominent artist Young Jeezy’s self-claimed assistant Latoya Mapp with his life savings of $100,000.
Hall in his efforts to help Detroit and others was lured under false pretenses and delivered sums of monies by electronic wire transfer, and checks to Latoya and Lucille Mapp. Latoya faithfully represented, Young Jeezy will appear in Detroit for a concert under Hall’s promotional company after Hall funds totaled $100,000.
Mapp suddenly disappeared after receiving Hall’s $100,000. Hall became homeless after he faithfully turned over his life savings when Mapp did not follow through with her representations.
Hall filed a lawsuit and secured a judgment in Wayne County Circuit Court against Mapp who has lived in Detroit. Latoya Mapp was arrested in Detroit for fraudulent means. The Detroit police has not been accommodating to Hall after Latoya Mapp was arrested for other fraudulent scams.
“Young Jeezy has had several concerts in 2012 at Detroit’s venues area since Latoya Mapp took my money; the Mapps have avoided contact with me and the police have ignored me when Mapps was arrested said Hall of Turn It Up Productions.
Hall seek cooperation from Detroit Police Department and Atlanta Police Departments where Latoya Mapp also frequent visit, both police departments have arrested Latoya Mapp on criminal charges however they have been uncooperative to follow up with Hall.
Hall wants the public to beware of Young Jeezy concert scams that have been perpetrated by Mapp and the public at large until she is arrested.