2 Chainz rushed to hospital after car accident in Miami

2 Chainz was rushed to the hospital early Saturday morning after he got into a car accident in Miami.

The “It’s a Vibe” rapper — born Tauheed K. Epps — took to his Instagram Story to share video footage following the crash.

In the clip, he showed himself getting loaded into the back of an ambulance on a stretcher.

TMZ reported that 2 Chainz, 46, suffered neck injuries and possibly other injuries but is in stable condition at the hospital.

According to the outlet, a driver in a Tesla hit the rapper’s vehicle from behind while he was driving on I-95.

“We’re told cops suspect the other driver may have been driving under the influence,” TMZ reported, which Page Six cannot confirm.

2 Chainz got into a car accident early Saturday morning. WireImage
The “I’m Different” rapper shared a video of himself getting loaded into an ambulance on a stretcher. Instagram/@2chainz

In 2 Chainz’s video, he panned his camera to the black Tesla, which sustained most of its damage on the front left driver’s side of the car.


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The “I’m Different” emcee was in South Florida for the star-studded Art Basel weekend.

He also showed his followers the damage to the black Tesla that hit him. Instagram/@2chainz
TMZ reported that the driver who hit the Grammy winner “may have been driving under the influence.” Instagram/@2chainz

Per TMZ, he had just left a popular Miami-based strip club called Booby Trap.

The Grammy winner also shared a video on his Instagram Stories of himself purchasing colossal stone crab from Marketplace 119: Meat and Seafood before the accident took place.

Several fans took to social media Saturday morning, wishing 2 Chainz a speedy recovery.

TMZ reported 2 Chainz suffered neck injuries but is in stable condition at the hospital. Getty Images

“Glad 2 Chainz is OK. Drunk drivers are a menace. Hope he recovers soon,” wrote one user.

“@2chainz love u unc heal up fast,” added another.

“prayers for 2Chainz he has more to offer the world,” tweeted a third supporter.