Oklahoma rapper says teen tried to rob him

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OKLAHOMA CITY - A man who goes by "O.G. FLOWBAMA" says a teen pulled a gun on him while he tried to sell his CDs near SE Oklahoma City at 44th and S Sunnylane Rd.

O.G. FLOW BAMA, whose real name is Steven Butler, was selling his latest album when he was approached by a black male in his late teens.

"I turned it up and he started bopping to it and he said, 'well, I ain't got 10 dollars,' and I said 'well, man, I'll get you for five.'" said Butler. "But when he came back up it's as a pistol."

Butler tried to drive away but blew out all four tires when he hit the curb. He got out and ran away while the suspect shot at him.

The teen tried to steal the car, but couldn't drive away with four flat tires. So, he ran away on foot.

The suspect is still at large.

Police are looking for a black male, late teens, dressed in dark clothes, considered armed and dangerous.

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