Cyhi The Prynce is lucky to be alive.
Kanye West's affiliate and ghostwriter jumped on Instagram this evening and spoke on the harrowing experience of having an assassin pull up next to his car on an Atlanta highway and opening fire, causing him to flip off the road.
"At this point I don’t know if it was a mistaken identity, a robbery, or associated with something that I did when I was younger but I haven’t been in the streets in over a decade. I just want to know why and if there is anything I can do to fix the issue. I was born and raised in Atlanta, GA, and I have tremendous love for my city ... but it’s chaotic out here. I’m trying my best to keep a level head, but when you dont know who is after you its hard to wrap your mind around it and not be paranoid. By the grace of god and my lord and savior jesus christ I am still here. I just want to let the people know who were trying to kill me that i am not a bad person. I don’t want revenge, I just want understanding and closure," Cyhi typed.
Kanye bought Cyhi that Bentley SUV after Good Music dropped his No Dope on Sunday album in 2017. He's going to need another one.