Pictured above is the man authorities say threatened to bomb the law office of reality TV star Phaedra Parks. Terrence Cook, also known as ATL rapper Drama, was reportedly a client of Park’s back in 2000 when he was an up-and-coming emcee. At the time, Drama had a relatively popular song called “Left, Right,” which you can view below.
In addition to working as his manager, Parks was also Cook’s defense attorney when he was arrested in 2003 on a robbery charge. Parks failed in helping the rapper beat his case and consequently, he spent 12 years in prison.
Friends close to Cook tell TMZ that he blamed Phaedra for his downfall and had been looking to exact revenge. This morning, Drama allegedly went to the place he believed was Phaedra’s law office with a “bomb” strapped to his leg. According to Atlanta police Officer Kim Jones, the suspect told employees at the law firm that he “was tired of being treated wrongly and that he had a bomb.”
In the end, cops determined the failed rapper was not actually carrying a bomb but a FedEx envelope and book. He also had gone to the wrong law firm to exact his revenge.
He was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats and creating a false public alarm. HipHollywood has also obtained his mug shot.