According to the ever-gossipy New York Post, Brooklyn rapper Fabolous narrowly averted an artistic crisis earlier this week. After dining out with friends at Morton's Steakhouse in Hackensack, New Jersey, the 'Throw it in the Bag' MC had a mental lapse and left behind a BlackBerry filled with recently-written rhymes on a table at the restaurant.

Fabolous is currently hard at work on adding tracks for the official re-release of 'There is no Competition 2: The Grieving Music' as an EP, as well as the sequel to last year's popular 'Loso's Way.' Reportedly, he had been distant from guests throughout the night as he was focused on crafting lyrics in the Memo Pad program on his phone. The material, never-before-heard lines that are presumably for the aforementioned upcoming records, would have been something near impossible to replace or replicate.

Fortunately, a sharp server noticed the phone on the table and caught Fab in the parking lot as he was about to pull out. The rapper was noticeably relieved, thanking the employee repeatedly.Fortunately, a sharp server noticed the phone on the table and caught Fab in the parking lot as he was about to pull out. The rapper was noticeably relieved, thanking the employee repeatedly.

Fabolous has added three tracks to his recent 'There is no Competition 2' tape and recently told fans to start getting excited. "I think when people hear these three joints, they gonna be like, 'He's still giving us great music, and it's just a mixtape, just an EP,'" he recently told MTV. "And from here, I'm working on the album."

Be careful with that phone, Fab. Don't let the people down.