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Can Young Jeezy Help Bankrupted Detroit
Prior to reaching out to Jeezy, Hall faithfully gave the alleged Assistant to Jeezy $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 the bankrupted Detroit and others was lured under false pretenses and delivered sums of monies by electronic wire transfer, and checks to Latoya Mapp. Latoya faithfully represented, Young Jeezy will appear in Detroit for a concert under Hall’s promotional company after Hall funds totaled $100,000.
Hall believes Jeezy can rectify the damages and help the Detroit with his mission to “Better Detroit”.
“Young Jeezy has had several sell out concerts in 2012 and 2013 at Detroit’s venues.
Hall seek cooperation from Young Jeezy Atlanta’s artist support.
Gregory J. Reed & Associates, PC