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NEW YORK, NY – DECEMBER 05: Rapper G-Eazy premieres his new album "The Beautiful & Damned" on SiriusXM's Shade 45 channel on December 5, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for SiriusXM) Photo of David Hookstead

9:53 AM 03/30/2018

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Rapper G-Eazy recently used a magazine cover with his face on it to talk his way through airport security.

The airport where this happened isnt clear, but it seems pretty wild. His girlfriend and him both confirmed the news on social media that he used to cover of XXL to get past the TSA.

Gerald lost his ID and hes trying to use the cover of @XXL as part of his additional identification to get through airport security Im so annoyed

— h (@halsey) March 28, 2018

It worked https://t.co/Vp7y7pOjOG

— G-Eazy (@G_Eazy) March 28, 2018

Im not an expert here, and I dont run the TSA. However, Im fairly confident that using magazine covers to get through security isnt the smartest idea. For example, whats to stop somebody from just making a fake magazine cover. That must take like all of ten minutes in photoshop.

Look, I like G-Eazy. The guy makes bangers and every woman Ive ever met that loves his music is a certified smoke show. They all are hot as hell. True story. Maybe the hottest woman I knew in college was also a huge G-Eazy fan. Wild times.

Even so, I dont think we should just be letting G-Eazy or any other person waltz through security because their face is on a magazine cover. Seems like it might set a really bad precedent. Again, Im not a security expert. Just seems like it might be a bit of common sense. After all, Im pretty sure Bin Laden was also on the cover of a few magazines. Would that have gotten him through security? Didnt think so.

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