In an Instagram post Thursday, Butler clarified that her recent sharing of a post from Queenie, Bun B's wife, was not a confirmation of the destruction of the UGK archives. "Before this #FakeNews goes any further @vladtv @xxl, I did not confirm anything regarding #UGK archives and [memorabilia] being destroyed by #HurricaneHarvey," Butler said. "I shared a message to get some help to my step son. That is all."
A spokesperson for Butler clarified the confusion even further Friday, telling the Fader that Butler's memorabilia and archival items are safe and secured. "We can not confirm the information being spoken on Chad Jr's behalf because Chinara does not know what items were at the residence in question, nor has she spoken with him to confirm the loss and what it entailed," the spokesperson added. "All Chinara wanted to do in posting the information in question was share the address in the post and use her resources to send help. She was able to do that, and is now focused on being part of the solution to bring Texas back stronger than ever."
Bun B, meanwhile, is planning a benefit concert to raise money for Harvey relief with famed music manager Scooter Braun (who manages Justin Bieber and Kanye West). Though an official lineup hasn't been announced, the event is set to be aired across multiple major networks Sept. 12. Previously, Braun helped put together Ariana Grande's Manchester benefit show.