Rapper 2 Chainz sued for $5m for calling woman a ‘THOT’

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US RAPPER 2 Chainz is being sued for $5m for calling a woman a “THOT” in an online video that went viral last year.

Christine Chrisholm claimed the being a THOT – which stands for That H** Over There – “ruined” her life.

Chrisholm filed the defamation law suit against 2 Chainz – real name Tauheed Epps – and fellow rapper Cap 1.

The name calling happened when Chrisholm was invited backstage at a concert in March 2014 by Cap 1.

While she was there, 2 Chainz recorded a video in which he asks Cap 1: “Is that your THOT?”.

The video was posted on numerous websites and social media platforms. It got over 10m views and was shared more than a million times.

Chrisholm, 26, said she lost her job at a barber shop after the video was posted, because her employer thought the attention from the video would be bad for business.

She also claimed her reputation has been damaged and that she’s been harassed and has received verbal abuse, and she wants $5 million to make up for it.

Chrisholm filed the lawsuit in March 2015, in Mecklenburg County Superior Court, in North Carolina, reported the BBC.

Christine Chisholm has racked up string of arrests in the past.

According to a Bossip investigation 26-year-old Chisholm is no stranger to the inside of a courtroom.

Chisholm has a string of arrests for assault, driving drunk and even going to the bathroom in public.

She was convicted of drunk driving at least twice following incidents that occurred just three months apart in late 2011 and early 2012, according to the Mecklenburg County Sheriffs Department.

She served 60 days in jail for one conviction, and recieved a suspended sentence and probation for the second one.

In the 2011 incident, she showed cops a fake ID and didn’t bother stopping her car once they put the flashing lights on, according to court records.

The woman was arrested last year for second-degree trespass, and in 2013 was popped for assaulting a public transit operator, shoplifting and violating probation.

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