DJ Mustard Claims Personal Shopper Stole Over $50,000
Written by on April 13, 2021
DJ Mustard is putting his personal shopper on blast for allegedly stealing over $50,000.
Taking to Instagram, the “High Fashion” producer claimed that Karissa C. Walker was hired to shop for him and his wife, but she ended up doing some shopping of her own, racking up over $50,000 and charging it to Mustard’s credit cards. In his posts, Mustard exposed Walker as a “thief and a liar” and warned others of her behavior.
“Attention to all my people who know me I wanna bring something to everyones attention!” he wrote. “@KarissaCWalker is a thief and a liar !!!! She is not my stylist she was a personal shopper for me and @ChanelDijon we let her use the stylist word so she could get business but the truth is she did nothing but shop!!!”
DJ Mustard Claims Personal Shopper Stole Over $50K, Spent It On Bags & Shoes pic.twitter.com/EGZqgYMJQY
— No Jumper (@nojumper) April 13, 2021
Mustard claims Walker spent the money on designer items including handbags, shoes, and sunglasses. “Today I found out that she ran my credit cards up over 50K buying stuff for her self!!!! Purses shoes shades and other stuff Im hot and I’m only writing this so nobody else deals with her she’s bad for business !!!! I have all the receipts to prove everything … I payed her more than she was worth cause I don’t play with taking care of people that do there [sic] jobs.”
He shared one receipt totaling $2611.58 along with a screenshot of a text message between him and Walker where he called her out before she allegedly admitted to her “wrongdoings” and apologized. “Truly am so srry. Should’ve never got this point. My temptation ran to greed and I am so srry,” she wrote.
Mustard said her lavish shopping sprees included $15,000 at Louis Vuitton, and he’s not done tabulating the total damage, which could exceed $100,000 once he counts all the receipts.
Walker was paid $72,000 a year to shop for Mustard and his wife, but it appears that she may no longer have a job. “You just messed that up for some fu**ing Instagram likes,” added Mustard, who later deleted all his posts.