Finesse2Tymes is being accused of living out his rap name … as Houston cops say he stole a rental car, and he’s been brazenly driving it around the city for months!!!
According to the court docs we obtained, a man named Ronald Bell rented an Infiniti QX80 SUV on Feb. 28, 2023 from a Houston-area Enterprise location … marked with a return date of March 10, 2023.
Authorities say the return date came and went so Enterprise sent Bell a notice to bring it back.
Cops say when they finally got in touch with Bell, he fessed up to Finesse being the one actually driving the vehicle.
The report states Bell set up a three-way call with Enterprise and the Rap-A-Lot Records rapper on April 20, where Finesse told the rental car employee his money was tied up in a Zelle twist-up but would have the vehicle returned in a few days.
The docs say when Finesse failed to return the Infiniti by April 24, Enterprise reported the vehicle, valued at $72k, as stolen and HPD issued a warrant for his arrest.
To make matters worse, cops say the stolen rental car continued to be spotted floating around the Houston area … including a well-known recording studio in the area.
On April 25, HPD questioned a woman outside the studio, who told them she had recently been hired by Finesse days prior to run errands.
Finesse, whose real name is Ricky Hampton, is now facing a felony theft charge. Would’ve been cheaper just to renew the rental agreement, no?
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