Fetty Wap charged in motorcycle crash

Fetty Wap charged in motorcycle crash
Fetty Wap charged in motorcycle crash

Fetty Wap charged in motorcycle crash

Fetty Wap charged in motorcycle crash:  In late September of 2015 Fetty Wap was involved in a motorcycle accident in Paterson, New Jersey.  Fetty Wap was passing one vehicle by moving into the oncoming lane and did not see oncoming traffic.  A collision occurred.  Fetty Wap was charged with having no insurance and with having no driver’s license.  #FettyWapChargedInMotorcycleCrash

Fetty Wap charged in motorcycle crash: Fetty Wap is the stage name for Willie Maxwell.  Fetty Wap is an American Rapper from Paterson, New Jersey.  His best known work to date is his 2014 single Trap Queen.  Fetty Wap also sang the hit singles 679 and My Way.  Fetty Wap grew up in a housing project and his stage name Fetty comes from slang for money.  Wap is a tribute to Gucci Mane.  If you look at Fetty Wap’s pictures you will notice that he is missing his left eye.  He lost that eye due to childhood glaucoma.  His lack of an eye may explain why he misjudged the location of oncoming traffic and had the motorcycle accident.  Having two eyes gives one depth perception which Wap lacks due to his missing eye.

Fetty Wap charged in motorcycle crash: Wap is usually wearing the Haitian Flag in honor of his daughter’s deceased grandmother.  Wap has developed a real love for Haiti since he started wearing the flag.  He can quote the Haitian motto “Unity brings strength”.

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