Veteran rapper Scarface's autistic 20-year old son has been reported missing in L.A.
Legendary rapper Scarface's son is currently missing and a search is underway to find the young adult.
Scarface's son, whose name is Brandon Jordan, suffers from autism and has been missing for seven days, since last Wednesday afternoon, when he stormed out of his house in Leimart Park, Los Angeles. Jordan's mother, Melissa Lollis, has said, "He just got agitated, didn't want to talk about it no more, and just stormed out of the house with nothing."
The 20-year old son is studying music at West Los Angeles College, hoping to follow his father's career path. His family and close friends have been putting up posters around L.A. and around the college, in their search for Jordan.
Lollis says that their son is high-functioning, and he probably would not interact with strangers, however, if he's desperate he may. "He wouldn't go up to nobody. But now, in a desperate need without his wallet and not having his cellphone, he might reach out and asked somebody for money," said Lollis according to KABC.
Jordan was last seen sporting a black hoodie sweatshirt, grey sweatpants and black sandals. Anyone who has information on his whereabouts are asked to contact the police.
Watch the report on the story below. Our thoughts go out to Scarface, his wife and family, during what must be a very difficult time.
[UPDATE: Scarface's Son Has Been Found]
Scarface's son, Brandon Jordan, had been missing for a week as we reported earlier today, but thankfully, Scarface has taken to Twitter to announce that Jordan is home and safe.
On Thursday morning the authorities found Jordan in good condition, although they would not reveal where he was located.
Thanks to everybody responsible for putting the word out my son is safe...— SCARFACE (@BrotherMob) February 6, 2014
Alive and Well! God is worthy of all praises— SCARFACE (@BrotherMob) February 6, 2014