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January 30, 2015

FL Man Shoots His Friend While Pretending to Be a Gangsta Rapper

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By Victor Ochieng On Monday, a Merritt Island man fatally shot a 17-year-old friend during a rap song acting session. The shooter called 911, crying that his friend shot himself using his gun. He claimed that he had handed his friend the gun unaware that it was loaded. “I handed my little brother my gun, and I didn’t know it was loaded, and he shot himself in the head,” Patrick emotionally…

NY Based Hot 97 FM Gives Radio Personality Cipha Sounds His Walking Papers

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By Victor Ochieng The sensational long-time radio host Cipha Sounds was fired from the popular Hot 97 radio station on Tuesday. His dismissal comes 17 years after he joined the FM crew. “Effective immediately, Cipha Sounds is no longer with WQHT. We wish him well on his future endeavors,” read a news release by the New York-based hip hop station. Cipha also sent out a message through his Twitter and…

Man Who Told Waitress He Wanted to Show Her Where He Hung Her Grandpa Arrested on Hate Crimes Charge

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A Missouri man was arrested on hate crimes charges after allegedly telling a waitress that he wanted to show her where he hung her grandpa. According to the Maryville Daily Forum, Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Rice confirmed on Wednesday that he is filing hate crimes assαult charges against 65 year old Tommy Dean Gaa over his threαtening remarks. Gaa was taken into custody after patronizing a local restaurant where…

Michael Jackson’s Old Manager Says Star’s Addiction Was Far Worse Than It Seemed

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Simi Afroza Mira A former manager of Michael Jackson’s, Ron Weisner, recently published a book entitled “Listen Out Loud: A Life In Music— Managing Mccartney, Madonna, And Michael Jackson” in which he talks about the plan he had to get the pop icon into rehab. According to the book, Weisner had even discussed the plan with Jackson’s sister, La Toya. Jackson died in 2009 of cardiac arrest after an apparent…

Charles Blow Reveals Black Yale Cop Pulled Gun on His Son

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New York Times columnist Charles Blow was reportedly livid after his son, a student at Yale, was held at gunpoint by a campus police officer. Appearing on CNN, Blow was questioned about how he felt after learning that the cop who pulled a gun on his son was black. Blow’s son, a chemistry major, was stopped after leaving the library because he matched the description of a suspect. During the…