Y’all know how I love me some Outkast & Dungeon Family, so I ain’t saying names, but wrong is wrong and scamming fans of the legendary supergroup is even more of a crime when done by someone so close to the crew.
Several sources confirm that this particular Outkast camp member admitted to scamming hardworking concert goers in several states and even ‘allegedly’ sold ‘meet & greets’ with Andre 3000, that reportedly never happened!
More details about the Outkast ticket scammer below…
In a voicemail which can be heard below, the ‘alleged’ sheister can be heard describing tickets he ‘allegedly’ stole and offering his ‘salesmen’ advice on how to flip the tickets by selling them over and over again.
Coincidentally towards the end of the 2+ minute audio, the person brags about the scam never being traced back to him, so it’s clear that neither Big Boi or Dre’ were aware of his shady shenanigans.
Don’t turn no money down… see the thing about it, when you get the money, they’re on their own.
Ain’t nobody f*ckkin with em, but they dayum shur can’t say where they got em from.
The alleged scammer also offered to sale several VIP tickets for a friend of mine and surely enough… she never got her dough either!
People actually respect this dude because of the position he holds in the Outkast camp, but it’s clearly all a facade.
I can’t believe I trusted him with my cheese!
A few Dungeon Family camp members have offered to repay the ‘alleged’ ticket scammer’s debt, but it’s my job to get the word out about his shenanigans so that others won’t get burned.
An unnamed source states:
I threatened to file a lawsuit against him, but I know he don’t have it.
He’s not the type that would have a bank account anyway and so he’s going to keep doing exactly what he’s been doing. Scamming innocent people out of their money.
A lot of cheese, dollars, dinero, has passed through his hands over the years at the cost of someone else’s bank account.
Maybe you’re familiar with who I’m referencing in this ‘not so blind’ item… and maybe not. But whatever the case, the moral of this story is… if you chose to buy and/or sell tickets to any Dungeon Family/Outkast related performances, your best bet would be to hold on to your cheez and let a real ‘ticket master’ handle your cheddar.