J.I.D Says FedEx Employees Stole His Music And "Killed His Creative Process"

J.I.D is asking fans to keep an eye out for the thieves who stole his iMac.

(AllHipHop News) Rapper J.I.D is asking fans to keep on the lookout for his stolen computer.

J.I.D, who is an artist signed to J. Cole's Dreamville label, claims a FedEx employee stole an iMac belonging to him and label mates EarthGang.

"After tour we shipped our iMac desktop computer we record on through @FedEx back home to Atlanta and someone that works for them stole it, so if you hear unfinished/old /unreleased records from me, Earthgang, or whoever we worked with come out congrats, people are f##ked up!" J.I.D snapped.

J.I.D said he and EarthGang are not concerned about the computer, which was insured and can easily be replaced.

The problem is, as J.I.D put it "a new computer can’t replace" their music.

"thanks @FedEx @FedExHelp you guys have some f##ked Up thieves that work for u, killed my creative process and we lost a lot of important stuff, thank the @FedEx thieves for holding up the music," J.I.D Tweeted.

FedEx has not replied as of press time.