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Jay-Z Takes Subway for His Performance, Beyonce Joins Him on Stage

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There aren’t too many artists as big as Jay-Z.  Jay-Z recently surprised his fans by taking the R-Train to his last concert at Barclay’s Arena.  The artist has been commissioned to help promote the start of the Brooklyn Nets franchise and their new life in New York city. Jay jumped on the train Saturday about 6 pm, escorted by plain clothes police officers.  He also had his own security.  This…

Two White Cops Have Been Exonerated Of Charges For Racial Profiling After An Investigation Was Called Upon Them When Tyler Perry Alleged He Was Being Racially Profiled In February

White Cops Exonerated Of Racial Profiling Allegation Made By Tyler Perry

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After a four-month investigation by the Atlanta Police Department, an internal affairs officer reported, “I would submit the evidence shows the actions of both officers with the regard to the traffic stop of Mr. Perry were justified, lawful and proper.” In February of this year, media mogul Tyler Perry alleged that he was a victim of racial profiling when two white police officers pulled him over and questioned him for…

El Debarge Cleared

El Debarge Cleared

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  “Rhythm of the Night” singer El DeBarge is in the clear after he was arrested for drug possession this week — because the L.A. County D.A. has declined to file charges.According to official D.A. documents, the case was rejected due to insufficient evidence.TMZ broke the story … DeBarge was arrested on Tuesday for felony possession of narcotics with intent to sell — the singers third drug arrest since 2001.According…

ATF Poses As Hip-Hop Label To Catch Drug Dealers

ATF Poses As Hip-Hop Label To Catch Drug Dealers

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    WASHINGTON-The ATF and the Washington D.C. police had an operation in which officers posed as hip-hop music industry insiders that posed as a fake hip-hop label that caught confiscated $7.2 million in drugs and 161 weapons. The ATF and D.C. police created a fictional rapper “Richie Valdez” and used a studio they called “Manic Enterprises” and reached out to the criminal underworld to catch criminals. AllHipHop reports: Over…