NYPD confiscates scary T-shirt gun mounted to rapper’s Hummer 


Rapper is swarmed by NYPD after driving around Manhattan in his Hummer with a giant roof-mounted gun firing t-shirts to promote his music

  •  Christopher Stoney, 41, was  stopped for driving his 2006 Hummer in Manhattan with a giant four-foot-long air rifle attached to the roof
  •  Stoney, a fashion mogul and rapper who lives in New Jersey, told the officers that the gun was used to launch free t-shirts
  •  But the cops confiscated the cannon and ticketed Stoney for unlawful possession of an air rifle

A rapper who decided to drive his Hummer through New York City fitted with a giant roof-mounted t-shirt gun, has had the cannon confiscated. 

Christopher Stoney, 41, was stopped in Manhattan for driving his 2006 military green Hummer, which had the words ‘Warchyld’ and ‘Wardrobe’ painted on the side along with yellow bullets, with a giant four-foot-long air rifle attached to the roof. 

Stoney, a fashion mogul and rapper who lives in New Jersey, told the officers that the gun was used to launch free t-shirts at promotional events, New York Post reports.

A rapper who decided to drive his Hummer through New York City fitted with a giant roof-mounted t-shirt gun, has had the cannon confiscated

Christopher Stoney, 41, was stopped in Manhattan for driving his 2006 military green Hummer, which had the words 'Warchyld' and 'Wardrobe' painted on the side along with yellow bullets, with a giant four-foot-long air rifle attached to the roof

Christopher Stoney, 41, was stopped in Manhattan for driving his 2006 military green Hummer, which had the words ‘Warchyld’ and ‘Wardrobe’ painted on the side along with yellow bullets, with a giant four-foot-long air rifle attached to the roof

Stoney, a fashion mogul and rapper who lives in New Jersey, told the officers that the gun was used to launch free t-shirts at promotional events

Stoney, a fashion mogul and rapper who lives in New Jersey, told the officers that the gun was used to launch free t-shirts at promotional events

The cops confiscated the cannon and ticketed Stoney for unlawful possession of an air rifle

The cops confiscated the cannon and ticketed Stoney for unlawful possession of an air rifle

But the cops confiscated the cannon and ticketed Stoney for unlawful possession of an air rifle. 

‘I’m sorry to say but the NYPD is about to confiscate my cannon off my truck,’ said Stoney, who owns his own clothing brand Wardrobe.

‘This s–t is crazy right now, man. They’re taking it,’ Stoney told his fans on Instagram. 

Rapper Christopher Stoney is seen in some of his Instagram photos. The NYPD pulled over Stoney at West 16th Street because of the air rifle atop his Hummer

Rapper Christopher Stoney is seen in some of his Instagram photos. The NYPD pulled over Stoney at West 16th Street because of the air rifle atop his Hummer

Stoney, who owns his own clothing brand Wardrobe, complained about the confiscation on Instagram

Stoney, who owns his own clothing brand Wardrobe, complained about the confiscation on Instagram

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