Wu-Tang Clan Imposters Accused Of $100K Luxury Hotel Scam

HipHop News Posted on February 13, 2020 at 5:36am

Wu-Tang Clan Imposters Accused Of $100K Luxury Hotel Scam

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Atlanta, GA – A group of men posing as members of Wu-Tang Clan has been accused of defrauding a couple of luxury hotels of more or less $100,000. According to WSB-TV Atlanta, the men were driving in a white Rolls-Royce Phantom pretending to belong to the famous Hip Hop collective.

A criminal complaint filed this week in U.S. District Court in Atlanta, says Aaron Barnes-Burpo and another man said to be the entertainment of the signing of Roc Nation and Wu-Tang. Atlanta properties of The Georgian Terrace Hotel and the Hyatt Regency said it came out in two chips worth of $45,000 and $39,000..centered-ad {

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The staff of the Fairfield Inn in Augusta, Georgia, they finally realized that they were being scammed when Barnes-Burpo and his cohort of Walker Washington had tried to rent 10 rooms under Roc Nation and the Wu-Tang Clan. But the staff suspected a scam, so the hotel's director of sales called Roc Nation, and learned that the two men were


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