Cowboys receiver Lucky Whitehead went public Monday with the news that his beloved pit bull "Blitz" had been kidnapped from his Dallas home on Sunday, and moreover that the kidnappers had contacted him demanding a $20,000 ransom.
A follow-up tweet from Kasino to Whitehead said, "bro u know I didn't steal yo dog u can come get yo dog back i was just asking for my money back thay I spend on the dawg".
At 4:32 a.m., Kasino posted a video showing Blitz being safely returned to Whitehead. Last week, something worse happened to Whitehead: Someone stole his dog, Blitz.
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The 25-year-old Whitehead told Dallas-area reporter Mike Fisher that he had never seen or heard of the rapper.
He said he refused to write a check for $10,000, but he agreed to pay an undisclosed amount of cash after making sure the dog was OK.
Whitehead said a detective was unable to trace the phone from which the thieves called him. "It's killing me. It hurts because I don't know how he's being treated". Whitehead says he suspects the heist was "an inside job" and plans to talk to some people close to him. He has also created an Instagram account for the pup, including photos of the dog in superhero costumes and a Cowboys shirt. Blitz was safely returned last night, but not before falling into the hands of a local rapper named Boogotti Kasino, who vehemently denies having stolen Blitz.
"The damage is done - as long as my dog's okay, I just want my dog back", Whitehead told NBC 5.