The "Wall Street Journal" Accidentally Referred to 2 Chainz as "Two Chairs" in a Story About NFL Player Brent Celek

The "Wall Street Journal" Accidentally Referred to 2 Chainz as "Two Chairs" in a Story About NFL Player Brent CelekImage via USA TODAY Sports

2 Chainz has said his name a million and one times over the course of the last few years. "2 CHAAAAAAAIIIIIIINNNNNNNZZZZZZZ!" seems to make an appearance on every single song that 2 Chainz gets on—regardless of whether or not the song is his song. So you would think that everyone would know 2 Chainz's name by now. But you would think wrong. 

Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal ran a story on Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek. And in the story, they talked about about the different kinds of music that Celek uses to power through workouts in the offseason. Specifically, the WSJ mentioned that Celek enjoys a little bit of everything, including R&B, rap, and alternative music, with Drake and 2 Chainz being the artists that he has in heavy rotation right now. The only problem? They didn't identify 2 Chainz as 2 Chainz in their first version of the story. Instead, they called him, well, just peep the correction that they had to run: "An earlier version incorrectly said Mr. Celek had Two Chairs on his playlist instead of 2 Chainz."

HA. Two CHAIRS?! As in…

As in…

As in...

2 CHAAAAAAAIIIIIIIRRRRRRRZZZZZZZ! Eh, yeah. It doesn't quite have the same ring to it.

Listen, we know that there are some rappers out there who have really silly names. Hell, 2 Chainz is kind of silly when you really think about it. But Two Chairs? TWO CHAIRS?! We really hope that it was the Wall Street Journal and not Celek who made that mistake.

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[via Deadspin]

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