AceShowbiz - Killer Mike was "beyond upset" that someone has ruined his holiday. Claiming that a "mentally disturbed" man vandalized his barbershop, the "Legend Has It" rapper encouraged the culprit's family to contact him.
On Monday, December 27, the 46-year-old shared on Instagram some photos of his spray-painted Swag Shop. He also unleashed some pictures of the alleged perpetrator. "A mentally disturbed White Man who Calls him self 'Druce Wayne' did this to our Shop downtown," he began his caption. "He lives in the delusion he is Kurt Cobain and somehow i am involved in a conspiracy to keep him silenced."
"I am angry and beyond upset," the emcee lamented. "With that said I know I can fix this physical damage BUT this man's mind is terribly broken. If u are from OKC and know his family or friends please DM so u can get him some help. I will for sure make sure we get this fixed and I encourage all to check on your mentally ill loved ones because the world my not be as understanding as me."
"Love and Respect. Thank 'Kinfolks' of Edgewood for making sure we know the real deal. Swipe to see the signature he left and his face," Mike continued. Before concluding his post, he assured fans that everything will be fine as saying, "No worries #TheSWAGshop will be ok and Happy Kwanzaa to ya'll!"
Many have since applauded Mike for how calm he is when responding to the ordeal. "Perfect response. You are a kind soul, Mike. The rewards will continue to pour in for you," Hip-Hop photographer Jonathan Mannion commented, while Ben Baller added, "SMH. You better than me Mike. Cuz mannn."
Mike and his wife Shay Render opened their first SWAG (Shave, Wash And Groom) shop back in 2011 in Atlanta. The pair also built a permanent store overlooking the State Farm Arena. Speaking of his barbershop inside the home of home to the Atlanta Hawks, he told The Undefeated, "I'm overwhelmed."
"Everything I do is with the imagination and dream of a kid who grew up 4,5 miles from here where we are standing. I wanted to open a barbershop up when I was a kid. I wanted to be a rapper when I was a kid," he added. "I wanted to own parts of my community like middle-class blacks that I knew since I was a kid... To me, this is a dream fulfilled."