Looks as if former NBA All-Star Steve Francis will get his gold chain back. Earlier this week, TMZ obtained footage of Francis on stage in a club being dragged as a guy snatched his cuban link chain.
The incident took place during a show by Houston rap duo Sauce Twinz. Big Sosa posted a video to Instagram saying he recovered the chain for the “big homie” and wants to see him doing better.
We gone stop all da #TMZ madness right now… Out of da #Respect dat I got for da #OlMan and dat my #LilHomies got for me is why he’s gettin this chain #OnSauce.. #Splashtown fuck wit da #Franchise and wanna see you doin better but you cant keep makin mistakes off da same reason … Some people dnt care bout dat… Like me!! But I fux wit da #BigHomies to da max so here’s yo #Chain back Holmes… and for da record da #Sauce had nothin to do wit his chain gettin took from him .. #BIGSÕSA #YoungBigHomie #TO2OutNow #DntTawkToSõsaStupid #DntLetMySauceFoolYou #GetWellToo #TMZDat #SauceShoutDaBigHomies #ShoutOutTMZForAllDaSauceLove
TMZ Sports is also reporting that Rap-A-Lot records founder James Prince also put the word out that the chain needed to be returned. Prince is an OG in the Houston area who also used to manage Floyd Mayweather Jr.