“Somebody come and take the vehicle without the ticket”, attendant Nilo Peralta said, referring to the day of the incident.
Flash said he initially thought he was being punk’d, before realizing the attendant was being serious.
“If the Public Garage is not safe then somebody tell me WHERE”, Saddler wrote on Facebook. What?!’.
The understandably agitated Flash told TMZ, “I had three crates of records in the auto, my vintage, because I’m doing a movie with Baz Luhrmann and I had to do a scene with my old-school vinyl, which is priceless to me”. Saddler “parked his vehicle an hour and a half”.
In an interview with TMZ he said: “I walk up to the attendant, and I hand him my ticket”.
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He has previously shared snaps of him posing with the Hollywood director. Flash’s ride, known as “the ghost”, vanished last Thursday.
The valet in question has been fired, according to the news outlet.
The early-rap pioneer, whose real name is Joseph Saddler, dropped off his white 2014 Dodge Charger at the garage on West 23rd Street near Sixth Avenue in Chelsea on July 16 at 7:30 p.m.so he could get his laptop fixed nearby.