Tha Cover 2- Glen Rice Jr., the son of former NBA All-Star Glen Rice, was shot in the leg Sunday at the rappers restaurant in downtown Atlanta according to WTOC.
An employee at the restaurant told police the men involved in the fight were asked to leave the restaurant. They then took their fight to the parking lot. After another man shot him, police said Rice tried to leave the scene.
Police said he dumped the revolver, which came up as possibly stolen, in a staircase near the restaurant and got into a Porsche with another man. The driver of the Porsche took Rice to Emory Hospital, where he got out and laid on the ground.
Police said a backpack found near the Porsche contained 240 grams of marijuana, about $5,900 and the revolver. The officer said they ran the serial number and it returned as stolen from Chattanooga, Tenn.
Rice, Jr., who is reportedly the son of NBA great Glen Rice, was taken to Grady Hospital for treatment. Rice, Jr. faces charges of reckless conduct and possession of marijuana.
- Carry a gun.
- Have $6,000 on your person.
- Have a 1/2 pound of marijuana in your pocket.
- Wear white pants.
- Wear socks with sandals.
No joke, I am pretty sure the last two are the most egregious crimes that Glen Rice Jr. committed. You wear white pants and something bad is bound to happen. Whether it be a dribble of BBQ sauce during dinner, or a nice clean gunshot wound to the leg, those pants were getting ruined either way. If you don't want blood soaked pants then don't wear pants that leave you vulnerable to blood stains. Pretty simple concept. I can't guarantee a darker shade of trousers would have saved him from obtaining a potentially life threatening injury, but I can promise that it would have given him a better chance of avoiding it. He could have left the house with no gun, drugs, or money, and carefully walked to church and those shorts would have been smudged with something. In fact, if he really wanted to wear them he should've sat down, put way too much ketchup on a burger, and tried to eat it without a plate. Get the disappointment off some ruined white clothing out of the way before he put himself at risk of a gunfight.
Socks with sandals aren't okay. Even Matthew Berry knows that, and he looks like the type of guy that would be most responsible for such a deplorable lack of fashion sense. Even if you are just walking down the street to the convenience store, you can't do so looking like that much of an asshole. You definitely can't do so when you end up in a rapper's high end restaurant with narcotics and firearms on you. Glen Rice Jr. pulled the trigger on the sock/sandal combo, and the trigger pulled back. I'm not sure what business he had in T.I.'s restaurant, nor do I know what his intentions were. I will say this though, he was dressed for exactly what happened to him. Wear the appropriate attire for the occasion. If the occasion is not dying then do not show up with the trifecta of trouble (guns, money, drugs) while wearing socks, sandals, and white pants. Glen Rice Jr. had that bullet coming to him.