Rapper Fetty Wap Recovering After Motorcycle Crash

Rapper Fetty Wap Recovering After Motorcycle Crash

Rapper Fetty Wap is recovering from a motorcycle accident in his hometown of Paterson, N.J., according to reports.

The rapper, 25, whose real name is Willie Maxwell, collided with a car while riding his motorcycle Saturday afternoon. He was “awake and talking” at the hospital and is being tested for fractures, according to TMZ.

His injuries are non life-threatening, Paterson Police Director Jerry Speziale told the AP.

“God bless, he’s OK,” tweeted user @DJLouieStyles, followed by a photo of the rapper sitting up in a hospital bed. Fetty Wap was “responsive” as paramedics transported him to the hospital, reports on Twitter say.

Rapper Fetty Wap Recovering After Motorcycle Crash

The crash is still under investigation. The female driver, whose name hasn’t been released, was not injured.

One Twitter user’s photo, which he claimed was of the rapper’s Suzuki motorcycle, showed significant damage to the vehicle.

Fetty Wap, best known for his breakout single “Trap Queen,” released his self-titled debut album just one day before his alleged accident.

The New Jersey rapper, who lost an eye to congenital glaucoma as a child, recently inspired a 10-year-old fan with rare eye cancer to go without his prosthetic eye.

 

About Alexis Sostre

Entrepreneur, contributor, writer, and editor of Sostre News. With a powerful new bi-lingual speaking generation by his side, Sostre News is becoming the preferred site for the latest in Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Culture, Tech, Breaking and World News.

Check Also

Grammys: Bruno Mars's Prince Tribute Did Prince Justice

Grammys: Bruno Mars’s Prince Tribute Did Prince Justice

He killed "Let's Go Crazy." Bruno Mars accepted the tall task of performing the Prince tribute at the Grammys, and you know what? He didn't blow it! Mars came on stage in full, purple-suit Prince regalia, and performed "Let's Go Crazy," and honestly, this is really how all tributes should go.