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Producer Of New 2 Chainz Record Posts Instagram Video From Ambulance Right After Being Shot

Because social media is taking over our lives, many of us find ourselves asking, “Can I get a solid Instagram post out of this?” while partaking in an activity. You’re on an airplane, or at a movie theatre, or hiking in the woods, or laying on a stretcher in the back of an ambulance after being shot, and all you’re really thinking about is how many likes you can get out of the situation.


Im bless to be alive!

A video posted by ChillGoHard (@chillgohard) on

Yeah, that’s a guy named Chill Go Hard, who apparently produced the new 2 Chainz record titled “Jump,” and who has just suffered a gunshot wound, riding in an ambulance and documenting his having been shot on Instagram with the help of a ginger EMT. Let that sentence soak in for a moment.

I don’t know why, but this video is hilarious to me. Maybe I’m sick in the head, but the fact that this guy’s thought process lead him to filming this video and posting it on Instagram while he’s literally bleeding out after being popped almost definitely makes him sicker.

I mean, if I take a bullet, there is no fucking way I’m laying in the ambulance and I thinking to myself, “Might as well gram this shit.” A tweet or a post to my Snapchat story maybe, but Instagram? No way. The last thing I need is to be debating which fucking filter to go with while quite literally dying on a stretcher that’s rattling around in the back of a speeding emergency vehicle.

“Chill got shot and he’s doing just fine — for right now.”

FOR RIGHT NOW?! Nice bedside manner, dick. In the EMT’s defense, he’s desperately trying to hold back laughter as he thinks, “Is this psychopath seriously gramming this ambulance ride?”

2 Chainz also posted the video on his Instagram along with some words of encouragement.

Here’s to hoping Mr. Go Hard has a swift recovery, and gets all the double-taps in the world, because he deserves them.

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Ross Bolen

Ross Bolen is a New York Times Bestselling author, co-host of the Oysters, Clams & Cockles podcast, co-host of the Back Door Cover podcast, unbiased Rockets fan, fair-weather Astros fan, and sad Texans fan who attended the 2017 Masters.

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