Blac Youngsta Speaks Out About Wells Fargo Statement Claiming To Close His Account
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Wells Fargo’s Southest Communication Manager Crystal Drake released a statement saying that Blac Youngsta, real name Sammie Benson, does not have an account with the bank nor did he enter the establishment to make a withdrawal.
Drake also refutes claims by the police that when they responded to the incident, the bank failed to give them an adequate description of the forgery suspect in question.
It reads:“Mr. Benson is not an account holder with us. He did not enter our store nor did he make any withdrawals.
A fraudulent incident did occur in the store so in the best interest of our customer, we reported it to law enforcement right away and as a result, a suspect was apprehended and the customer was not the victim of fraud. Mr. Benson was not a party to the fraudulent incident.
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The actual suspect, 39-year-old Charles Darnell, was later arrested and charged with first degree forgery.
Blac Youngsta says that Wells Fargo closed his account after the incident he had with police.
According to a post on Instagram, Blac Youngsta (Sam Benson) took a screen shot of a letter that was recently sent to him by Wells Fargo.
In a photo, the Memphis rhymer shared a letter from the bank stating that his account is no long
“DAMN THIS S— CRAZY, @WELLSFARGO SHUT MY S— DOWN CUZ OF A “BUSINESS DECISION” GUESS THEY RIGHT, I AINT GOT A ACCOUNT,” he wrote in the caption.
No worries, however, because Blac has found a new home for his money. The “I Swear to God” rapper is now banking with Bank of America.
“Taking my talents to @BankofAmerica,” he writes.
We wonder if Bank of America offered him a complementary checkbook for his troubles? We are just saying.