Quality Control CEO Pee Announces Cash Reward for Stolen Hard Drive

Quality Control Music CEO Pee (pictured 2nd from left above) is the latest victim in the case of a music related theft.


Pierre “Pee” Thomas took to Instagram to reveal that a Dodge Journey car was stolen from a Chevron gas station on Northside Dr. in Atlanta a few hours ago on Tuesday. He added that the car belonged to his engineer who was carrying an “important hard drive.” He did not specifically mention what kind of material the hard drive contains but we’e guessing there is something vital in it since he’s offering a $20,000 cash reward.

“Hit me in the dm or anybody who you know that know me or anybody in the camp. It’s all good we need that hard drive. Thank you,” he wrote in the caption, asking for any help or clue from the residents. Quality Control Music houses artists such as Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, Stefflon Don, City Girls and more.