The story of Blac Youngsta and his $200,000 withdrawal continues. As 11Alive is reporting, Wells Fargo had denied that the rapper ever had an account with them, but based on Instagram photos posted Wednesday (Jan. 14), it would appear that Blac Youngsta has proof to the contrary.

After being detained on Friday Jan. 8th for withdrawing the large sum of money from his account, a dispute ensued over whether Blac Youngsta or Wells Fargo had done anything malicious. An employee at an Atlanta branch had called authorities describing a man who was attempting to forge a check for $24,000. Police have admitted that the description was limited and conflicting and that their detainment of the rapper and Yo Gotti signee was a misunderstanding. While BY has been cleared of any wrongdoing, he is understandably upset with the bank for what many consider to be profiling on their part.

In photos posted yesterday, Youngsta provides a letter from Well Fargo alerting him that they have begun the process of closing his account, citing a "business decision." Captioning the photo, the rapper wrote, "DAMN THIS SHIT CRAZY, @WELLSFARFO SHUT MY SHIT DOWN CUZ A ‘BUSINESS DECISION’ GUESS THEY RIGHT, I AINT GOT A ACCOUNT." The letter is pretty damaging for Wells Fargo's defense that BY, real name Sam Benson, never had an account with them, for if that were the case, they'd have nothing to close. 

In a separate photo, the rapper is posing with an employee at Bank of America and wrote that he will be taking his talents, and presumably his funds as well, to their storefront. While Wells Fargo attempts to distance themselves from the incident, it's clear that the damage is done.

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