Dallas Police Lieutenant Suspended For Moonlighting As A Gangsta Rapper
A lieutenant in the Dallas Police Department has been suspended after bosses found out about her second career as a gangsta rapper.
Dallas Police Lt. Regina Smith, the widow of an officer killed in duty, is on administrative leave over the contents of two videos which show her dressed in provocative clothing and firing her gun.
In one video Smith performs as her hip hop alter ego ‘Lucille Baller.’
‘Don’t push Ms. Lucy because you won’t like the consequences,’ she raps. ‘Don’t you mess with me or I will shoot a [expletive] cuz Lucille Baller, she been to h**l and back.’
That video has since been withdrawn from Smith’s website Big Rush In Global Media, a music production company she named after her dead husband.
A second video features Smith in a ‘reality-style’ TV show called ‘Broken Blues,’ in which she says that she has been in a ‘state of deep remorse and grief’ since her husband’s death.
She also talks about a lack of support from the department since her husband’s death and is seen shooting her gun, which she calls ‘Ms Lucy.’
‘I got Ms. Lucy right here. Ms. Lucy ain’t loaded,’ says Smith in the video.