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2 Chainz Shares Video from a Stretcher After Miami Car Accident

The rapper was in Miami for Art Basel at the time of the incident

<p>Prince Williams/Wireimage; 2 Chainz/Instagram</p> 2 Chainz, Car crash posted to 2 Chainz

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2 Chainz, Car crash posted to 2 Chainz's Instagram Story

2 Chainz has been involved in a car crash on a Miami highway.

The "No Lie" rapper, 46, shared a video on his Instagram Story Saturday, which was filmed from the back of an ambulance while he was on a stretcher.

2 Chainz, whose real name is Tauheed Epps, could be seen being assisted by a firefighter in the clip, as he zoomed in on what appeared to be his vehicle severely damaged on the side of a highway. He was in Miami for Art Basel at the time of the crash.

A Florida Highway Patrol spokesperson tells PEOPLE that the vehicles involved in the incident were a 2016 Mercedes, a 2013 Nissan and a 2010 Toyota. They added that there were no fatalities and at least one adult male was transported to an area hospital.

Representatives for 2 Chainz did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

<p>2 Chainz/Instagram</p> 2 Chainz's Instagram Story post.

2 Chainz/Instagram

2 Chainz's Instagram Story post.

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After 2 Chainz posted about the crash on his Instagram Story, TMZ, which was first to report the news, said that the rapper is in stable condition.

According to the outlet, which cited sources, 2 Chainz was struck on I-95 before exiting the highway. Police suspect that the other driver may have been under the influence.

2 Chainz was reportedly leaving the local strip club Booby Trap at the time of the incident, per TMZ.

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Before the car crash, 2 Chainz had been in Miami promoting his new collaborative album with Lil Wayne, Welcome 2 Collegrove, a follow-up to 2016's ColleGrove.

The rapper took part in an album visual screening Thursday night as part of Art Basal.

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