Papoose Sued By Brooklyn Ambulance Service

New York rapper Papoose is being sued by the head of a Brooklyn volunteer ambulance service because the man says he was tricked into being a part of a violent rap video.

 

Rocky Robinson, co-founder of the Bedford-Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps, told the New York Post that members of Pap's camp approached him last year purportedly wanting to "do a video shoot about what we do in the community."

But the shots were actually used in Pap's beef video, "Ambulance," said to be taking aim at rival rapper Uncle Murda.

"I would never knowingly let someone use this ambulance corps as a stage to peddle his words about murdering somebody," said Robinson, 67, an ex-EMS captain.

The New York emcee, also known as Shamele Mackie, is engaged to incarcerated rapper Remy Ma, recently convicted on four counts of assault for attacking a woman with a gun. Pap's reps did not return calls for comment.