Sauce Walka Clarifies His Claims About Robbery Attempt, Says He Didnt Shoot the Thief

In a new Instagram post, the Houston rapper pays tribute to a man named Trevell Watson, who was killed by a gunman who allegedly tried to rob him earlier.

AceShowbizSauce Walka has spoken up again on an attempted robbery that targeted him. After being accused of lying about a man who died during the crime, the rapper denied that he shot a man who tried to steal his jewelry.

The Sauce Factory founder clarified his earlier claims in a new Instagram post on Saturday, September 10. He said that the viral video of a man lying dead on the ground in downtown Los Angeles was the actual victim of a robbery attempt by a gunman who tried to rob him earlier.

The “Al Rage Walka” creator explained that the same gunman tried to rob the dead victim after the “Ghetto Gospel” rhymer managed to fight off the robber. “Unfortunately, in his situation he lost his life,” he said of the dead victim.

While he suffered a black eye and few scratches during the confrontation, he noted, “I could’ve lost my life as well.” He admitted, “We both made the same irrational decision. … Somebody did something stupid and a man lost his life.”

Sauce Walka went on paying tribute to the dead victim by writing in the caption, “We PUTTIN HONOR BACK ON THIS FALLEN KING [man wearing a king’s crown emoji] #Tre’ a fellow soldier who like me fought for his life and belongings that day!!!”

“And stopping the REAL CLOUT CHASERS!! Young men around the world learn from this & again LIVE BETTER[!!]” he went on urging young people. “#RIPTrevellWatson the family is more then welcome to reach out to me if y’all need any help[!!] #TSFBidnezz[.]”

Sauce Walka first spoke on the incident on Friday. “Aye, man, I really ain’t wanna speak on this s**t, but I know it’s too many young black kings and young kings out there that’s being misled and misguided wrong,” he said in a video shared on his social media account. He claimed, “Learning half of the game and not the whole game.”

“So, y’all need to learn from this experience that I went through tonight,” the 32-year-old from Houston continued. ” ‘Cause being a rapper is one of the most dangerous jobs in America and it’s a lotta young men out here that wanna do this s**t but don’t know everything that come with it.”

Insisting that he’s not one of those who picked the street life, Sauce Walka said, “But understand this, everybody ain’t going and I’m one of those people that is not going.” He added that someone was killed during the attempted robbery. “So, unfortunately, tonight somebody lost they life for doing something stupid,” he said, adding that he still had all his jewelry and “everything I worked hard for” on him.

“I don’t want you to go through these dumba** situations for doing something stupid that somebody taught you or led you to do,” he implored, “Coz you can go be a king, you can go be LeBron James, you can be a lawyer, you can go be Sauce Walka.”

In the caption, he wrote, “Don’t kno who need to here this…. BUT EVERYBODY DONT GO!!!! We losing too many KINGZ’s ova DUMB S**T!! Work hard for what you want kid ITS DA ONLY WAY TO ACHIEVE TRUE SUCESS AND MILLIONS DONT BE A FOOL.”

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