2 Chainz believes the man suing him for an allegedly not paying the bill for his Rolls-Royce tried to trick him into settling the case — by posing as 2 different lawyers.
According to TMZ, the rapper claims Joshua Waddell of Highline Holdings Group sent him texts in early December from an unknown number pretending to be Chainz’ lawyer, urging him to pay the amount the auto broker sued for back in October.
2 Chainz says he knew it was Waddell, though, because he recognized the number from previous communications.
A few days later, Chainz claims Waddell was at it again — this time pretending to be HHG’s lawyer — and falsely claimed a default judgment had been granted to HHG and a lien had been issued on the rapper’s whip.
According to the docs … 2 Chainz confirmed that neither his lawyer or Waddell’s lawyer sent the texts, and believes Waddell fraudulently sent the texts as a trap.
We broke the story … HHG claims the rapper has an outstanding balance on his Phantom Drophead of $18,317 plus interest.
2 Chainz now wants the judge to teach Waddell a lesson … and toss the case.