(VIDEO) The ‘stolen’ chain of ice queens is just a hoax on TikTok

ice seasoning is not a victim of chain snatching as suggested in a recently circulated video, but instead, is believed to be a TikTok hoax to gain the attention of the online community.

The clip, which has more than 6.7 million views as of Thursday, shows a man showing off Spice’s stone “Queen” necklace in a video posted to social media on Wednesday.

Rapper says viral clip appears to show stolen ice spice string It’s all a hoax on TikTok

The footage made the music artist really nervous, however, as it turned out the whole thing was nothing more than a joke, according to TMZ.

The TikToker who posted the video has received widespread backlash for apparently robbing a woman’s necklace.

However, a source close to the rapper told the outlet that Ice has never even owned the piece of jewelry.

The “Queen” brand happens to belong to Nicki Minaj, while Ice has mostly worn custom “Isis” pendants over the past few years.

She upgraded her current $100,000 chain in January after dropping “Like…?” EP, and shows it off when she meets Kim Kardashian and North West, in a warm – and genuine – viral moment.

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Social media reacts to Ice Spice’s TikTok prank before knowing it’s a joke

Social media was no wiser at first to this hoax, with many commenters calling it stupid for the alleged chain snatcher to brag about his crimes on social media.

Another posted: “How did you steal the Ice Spice chain? For what? TF. I hate ppl yo.

“They stole the ice spice string?! Stay strong,” wrote a third.

Another fan tweeted: “Let me go get my good sis Stone spice chain backside.”

“The street said spice ice was robbed, I might have to slip.”

Twitter lashed out at Ice Spice after learning all the information was faked to get the Internet

Meanwhile, fans were displeased to learn the whole thing was just a joke, with some claiming that Ice was an online scammer because of the stunt.

“Internet Trolls, like rapper Glorilla about!”

One fan concurred, writing on Twitter: “That TikTok is making people do all sorts of weird crap to get views.”

“The police SHOULD still arrest those SHORT guys for impersonating a robbery,” a third asserted.

What do you say, Roomies? Has Ice Spice gone too far to go viral or are people overreacting?


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