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hey didnt Chris Brown steal some girls iPhone?

March 8, 2012 | Uncategorized | editor | 0 Comments

Speaking of Chris Brown, you may remember that he stole an iPhone from this girl a few weeks ago after she took his picture. The Miami Herald says that Tyga, who was with Brown at the time, told police that Brown took the phone because:

(He) was taking two groupies home — not good when one is trying to hook back up with one’s high-profile ex-girlfriend.
Tyga told detectives: “The guy’s trying to get back with Rihanna, and he knows what wouldn’t happen if the photos ended up online.”

Now you might think that “Yeah but I was banging some whores” is a rock-solid legal defense and makes it ok to steal someones $500 phone, but actually it doesn’t. So why hasn’t Brown been arrested? The sometimes reliable Media Take Out says they know:

Rapper Tyga was in the car with Chris when he ALLEGEDLY took the girl’s phone (and) Tyga threw the phone out the car window.
Well, a business associate of Tyga’s went back and retrieved the phone and gave the phone to the to the police! So as we speak, Miami FORENSICS is looking over the phone, to try and determine whether Chris Brown’s FINGERPRINTS are on the phone. If they are, Chris will CERTAINLY be charged.

That whole thing sounds like bullshit, by the way. If his friend already told police that Brown took the phone, it verifies the victims story. What do his fingerprints have to do with anything? He could have wiped those off. Because if there’s one thing Chris Brown has experience at, it’s what to do after committing a crime in a car.

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