Kirko Gets Banged For His Bucks: “Anyone Know These H*es? They Stole Some Bread”

Kirko Gets Banged For His Bucks: “Anyone Know These H*es? They Stole Some Bread”

Houston rapper Kirko Bangz has reportedly fallen victim to a couple of females who shook him for his money but struck back by putting the lady criminals on blast this week.

Buzz behind the alleged robbery turned up Monday (March 4) afternoon.

Kirko Bangz is known for making it rain all over the Houston strip clubs, but while he was partying in California he lost some money and didn’t even get to see any booty! According to the rumors, Kirko got caught up by two women who robbed the “Drank In My Cup” rapper. After partying with two beautiful women, Kirko noticed he was missing some money. But instead of calling the cops, he called the ladies out on Twitter. (Global Grind)

Rather than seek out law enforcement, Bangz relied on his Twitter followers to help locate the two women.

“Anybody know these hoes? They stole some bread from me in Cali if this your sister, cousin, mama or daughter…,” he tweeted. (Kirko Bangz’s Twitter)

A few years ago, UGK’s Bun B dished out some warnings rappers should take in regard to dealing with groupies.

“You have to be smarter than your d*ck,” he revealed in an interview. “That’s just being real. When I say that, I mean not allowing sex to make dumb decisions for you to the point where you don’t even allow your brain to interfere. If it just comes down to a physical thing and you let sex lead the way, you are going to be in trouble time and time again…Make sure the n*ggas that surround you have dealt with women on a mature level. Because that’s where the problems starts. A lot of these cats have never really had a woman before, especially the caliber of women that comes with our career. And that’s something that a lot of these cats can’t turn down. You have to make sure you are surrounded by experienced men.” (VIBE)

Recently, G.O.O.D Music’s Kid Cudi revealed his disinterest in getting caught up with groupies in his late 20’s.

“It was cool early on, but at 28, it’s a different thing. It’s just not something I’m into. They’re not just f*cking with me. They’re f*cking with whoever is in town. [Laughs.] All these n*ggas getting their d*cks wet straight up. Girls talking about, “I love your music. Where are you from?” I’ll be like, “B*tch, I’m from Maine.”” (Complex)

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