Tuesday, February 15, 2011
HOT 97's Funkmaster Flex recently sat down with Future iMag to talk about his relationship with Lil Wayne, his strategic interview with Drake and his love for LL Cool J. He also talks about Bronx rapper Fred The God Son and how his movement reminds him of Biggie Smalls movement back in the days...
Lil Kim stopped by the HOT 97 Cipher Sounds & Rosenburg show this morning to promote her new mixtape "Black Friday". She discussed her problem with Nicki Minaj & Diddy not being loyal. She also discusses taking shots at Eve & Foxy back in the days... says her and Eve are now cool.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A drug bust in a West Brighton apartment netted police more than a pound of marijuana and five arrests, authorities said.
Narcotics detectives used a search warrant to raid apartment 56 of 78 Henderson Ave. at about 8 p.m. Friday. Inside, they found several bags of marijuana in the kitchen and the bedroom, court papers allege.
The apartments’ five occupants — Denise McDonald, 48, Derrick and Eric Sprinkler, both 29, Donald Harvie, 47 and Bruce Prince, 28 — all face charges of second-, third- and fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
50 Cent stopped by the Conan show dressed to impress in a suit to promote his new wireless headphone line "Sleek By 50". It's funny how Conan kept calling him "Fiddy Cent" instead of "50 Cent" (he was dead serious not joking)... i notice that a lot grown media people who i'm sure normally would never pronounce the word 50 that way tend to pronounce his name Fiddy Cent instead of 50 to try and sound Hip (lol)... its hilarious because it makes them sound even more akward. 50 talks about tweeting and explains why he named his dog Oprah.
"at first i thought Oprah Winfrey did like Hip Hop so i didnt like her and i hadn't had a chance to meet her so i felt it was wrong to hate someone you haven't had a chance to meet, so i bought the dog so now i love Oprah, she listens to me and everything."
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Wednesday, February 2, 2011
We guess The bus boy didn't "Throw it in the bag" Fast enough! Fabolous (real name: John Jackson) is being accused of assaulting an Atlanta restaurant bus boy in a lawsuit filed earlier this week in Fulton County Superior Court, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
According to the court documents, filed by Octavious Butler, an employee at Fox Sports Grill, he was attacked by the New York rapper and another person for no reason. In the maylay, Butler says he was hit in the head with a glass bottle and struck by a closed fist. He is seeking an undisclosed amount in damages from Fabolous. Come on now these stars should know keep your hands off of the help. They are quick to sue!
The New Brighton teen believed to have mistakenly shot and killed his best friend in a Port Richmond street fight five weeks ago was indicted today on murder and other charges.
Staten Island Advance/Michael OatesSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The New Brighton teen believed to have mistakenly shot and killed his best friend in a Port Richmond street fight five weeks ago was indicted today on murder and other charges.
Investigators say that on Dec. 28, Drew Casseus slayed Jonathan (Beans) Vazquez, who was brawling with another man outside 192 Port Richmond Ave.
Casseus had allegedly pulled out a gun to back up Vazquez and shot his pal’s adversary, a 21-year-old parolee, in the leg. However, one bullet hit Vazquez in the head, killing him, law enforcement sources said.
Casseus, 19, of Jersey Street, then went on the lam for about a month, before authorities nabbed him last week at the home of his aunt in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant section.
Members of the NYPD/U.S. Marshals Fugitives Task Force arrested Casseus after what one law enforcement source said was a "very thorough investigation" involving computer database work.
Casseus’ aunt told the Advance she didn’t know he was wanted by police.
After his arrest, Casseus confessed both in writing and on video tape to firing the gun in the direction of Vazquez and the other man as they struggled, said a law enforcement source today.
The victim’s mother, Luna Suarez, told the Advance her son and Casseus had been friends since childhood. The two thought of each others as brothers and Casseus had lived with Vazquez’s family for three years. The teens even shared each other’s clothing, she said.
After the incident, Ms. Suarez publicly implored Casseus to turn himself in. She also begged that no one retaliate on her son’s behalf.
Two weeks ago, Ms. Suarez pleaded during a candlelight vigil in Port Richmond for neighborhood youth to end street violence. She repeated that call upon Casseus’ arrest.
The 10-count indictment charges Casseus with two counts of second-degree murder — one count under the "depraved indifference" part of the penal code, which accuses him of killing the victim while firing at another person; the other under the intentional homicide part of the statute.
He’s also accused of first- and second-degree manslaughter, attempted murder, three counts of assault and two counts of criminal weapon possession. Casseus could face 25 years to life if convicted of second-degree murder.
The suspect is slated to be arraigned Feb. 9 in state Supreme Court, St. George, said a spokesman for District Attorney Daniel Donovan.
Online state court records show Casseus pleaded guilty in Stapleton Criminal Court in September to petit larceny stemming from an Aug. 24 incident. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years’ probation, those records said.
Eugene Lamb, Casseus’ lawyer in the murder case, declined comment on the indictment.