Jayceon Taylor, aka The Game, turned himself in late Sunday night, accompanied by his uber-lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley, and dozens of his friends and supporters wearing "Free The Game" t-shirts. We’re told that he was described as being "his usual self" upon check-in. The Game is supposed to serve 60 days at Twin Towers to serve his weapons-possession sentence, and will be segregated from the general population.
Cops in Georgia arrested a 17-year-old boy on Friday and charged him with killing his mother, who was a local sheriff’s deputy, and his two small sisters. One of those little girls was the daughter of rapper Juvenile. Anthony Tyrone Terrell Jr. allegedly gunned down his mother, Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Deputy Joy Deleston, 39, and her two daughters, Micaiah, 11, and Jelani, 4. Junevile’s reaction to his daughter’s death: “It really shocked him and devastated him to the point where I’ve never seen him before. Right now he is relaxing and trying to grasp everything of what has happened.” Meanwhile, 17-year-old Anthony Tyrone Terrell Jr. is being held in the DeKalb County jail, charged in the deaths of his mother — a Gwinnett County sheriff‘s deputy — and siblings at the home near Lawrenceville, outside Atlanta. He was arrested Friday. Our condolences go out to the family
The hip-hop mogul said Sunday he is endorsing Barack Obama for president, inspired by the diversity among the Illinois senator’s supporters. Obama has built an unprecedented national movement of people from all ethnic, racial, political, social and economic backgrounds, Simmons said in a news release. While endorsing Obama on Sunday, he noted his respect for Clinton from having worked with the New York senator on education, prison reform and anti-poverty programs. Simmons, who has encouraged influential musicians to become more involved in the political process, said he’s particularly impressed, however, by Obama’s support among young people.
Earlier this week, 50 Cent host DJ Clue’s radio show on Power 105.1 in New York City. 50 was talking to Max B when Papoose and his crew walked in. Papoose and his crew started talking ish to Max B. Before things got out of hand, 50 escorted Pap out of the studio. Papoose Goes After Max B Uploaded by hhmotion
Lauren Cleri a contestant on the reality show The Moment Of Truth admits to cheating on her husband amongst other things.
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Jury selection for the New York trial of a Grammy-nominated rapper accused of shooting an acquaintance over missing money will begin next week March 6th. Remy Smith , aka Remy Ma, is accused of shooting a woman in the abdomen last July after leaving a Greenwich Village party. She said the woman took $2,000 from her purse. She has pleaded not guilty to assault and related charges and is free on $250,000 bail. She could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted.
Kenard, (real name Thuliso Dingwall) recently spoke to Baltimore’s radio station 92Q on the Big Phat Morning Show.
by AF A judge wants Ja-Rule’s co-defendants (Dennis Cherry (Ja’s road manager) and Mohamed Gamal (Ja’s driver)) to come up with their own bail packages in a gun possession case. The judge said the Ja Rule"has put himself in the position of perhaps controlling the outcome of the case. I think the potential for it is a big problem." Ja Rule’s bail is $150,000 bond or cash; Cherry’s bail is $150,000 bond or $75,000 cash, and Gamal’s bail is $20,000 bond or $10,000 cash. Ja Rule, Cherry and Gamal were stopped for speeding in Manhattan around 10:30 p.m. on July 22, 2007. After police stopped the car, a computer check of their luxury car revealed it had no insurance and a suspended registration, an odor of marijuana was detected, a loaded .40-caliber semiautomatic gun was found in the rear driver’s side door.
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