Maserati back after Alexis Skyy’s and Sabrina Peterson’s gas station protest

Sabrina Peterson, left, and “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Alexis Skyy (Image Source: YouTube/11 Alive)

The $110,000 Maserati that was stolen by alleged armed robbers from “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Alexis Skyy and owner Sabrina Peterson has been returned to them shortly after they hosted a rally at the Atlanta gas station where the crime was committed, according to 11 Alive. 

Peterson posted a message notifying her 153,000 Instagram followers that her black 2019 Maserati Levante GranLusso SUV was found at a random apartment complex. According to 11 Alive, police located the vehicle about five miles from the QuickTrip, hours after Skyy and Peterson hosted a rally demanding safety improvements there.

According to the Atlanta Police Department, there have been five burglaries in the past month and 30 such incidents within the past year.

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My car is recovered but that doesn’t stop our fight! I thank God for this situation it opened my eyes up to an abundance of issues in our community. My heart is broken that our community is broken, there’s a new generation of young black men who have no regard for their lives and the lives of women that look like them. I never asked God “Why me”, because I’m clear “It had to be you because YOU my love will not turn a blind eye”. I also seen the level of hatred our own people have in their hearts for each other via social media, I was made aware that there’s an abundance of hurt people that also need healing. There’s a bigger conversation that WE as a community need to have & I’m doing everything behind the scenes to arrange a program for healing our own. I want to once again thank @mrsernestinemorrison @mrjaymorrison @mr2weeksout @alix_goodenergy @strikemoney1 @mrjerometrammel @cfood_dbe @spiritualword @frobabies @thestylistblu @belllaashea & more being on the frontline for #protectourwomen thanks @coldatory for finding my truck & listening to your gut when you seen it & said “This car is out of place”. If you have been a victim of robbery in Atlanta NOW IS THE TIME to join the fight to put an end to the epidemic in our community. Thanks @arshaw23 for always being in my corner. THE FIGHT HAS BEGUN! I’m not taking a broken community for an answer! Remember sis, if you don’t make noise then another sister will come right behind you oblivious to the danger WE MUST NOT BE QUIET. I love my sister that was robbed on Wednesday & she has helped us but if she would have made some noise the Saturday robbery may not have occurred. Don’t be discouraged to speak up, speak up & speak up loud it doesn’t matter if only one person hears you, you saved one! Nothing happens to you everything happens for you. Start your movement by joining one! @keishabottoms we have a problem @phillanawilliams we need to sit down and resolve this before someone gets killed.

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Terry Shropshire
Terry Shropshire

A military veteran and Buckeye State native, I've written for the likes of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Detroit Free Press. I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes. #GoBucks



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