The rivalry between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat is really heating up. After the Pacers handed the Heat the L recently, a fan tried to punch Lebron James as he walked back to the locker-room.
Check out the video of Bron geting punched below
A New York City man accused of a drug conspiracy with a VH1 celebrity was sentenced to federal prison Tuesday. U.S. District Judge Frank P. Geraci, Jr. sentenced Ronald Walker to 10 years in prison.
A New York City man accused of a drug conspiracy with a VH1 celebrity was sentenced to federal prison Tuesday.
U.S. District JudgeFrank P. Geraci, Jr. sentenced Ronald Walker to 10 years in prison.
Walker was ordered to forfeit assets totaling $2.5 million to the United States, which represented the amount of proceeds from the drug trafficking conspiracy.
A news release from the United State’s Attorney’s office reports that between 2005 and August 2012, Walker was part of a conspiracy to distribute cocaine and heroin between New York City and Rochester.
Walker arranged for the distribution of cocaine and heroin while he was in New York City through others to individuals who were transferring the drugs to Rochester and distributing them. Walker pleaded guilty in August to trafficking cocaine and heroin.
In addition, Walker laundered drug proceeds by placing at least $911,000 in cash in safe deposit boxes opened by other people to conceal the proceeds. Authorities seized the cash in August 2012, as well as approximately $615,000 in cash from two residences connected to the defendant.
Walker agreed to forfeit all of that cash, as well as a 2012 Range Rover, some jewelry and two properties located in Corona, New York, and Union City, Georgia.
Also accused of involvement in the conspiracy are Mendeecees Harris, who has played a prominent role in a popular VH1 show, and his brother, Tyrus Harris.
The two are still awaiting trial.
This is becoming the beef that never ends. Chief Keef and Atlanta act, Migos have been going back and forth on twitter for more than a week now on twitter. The back and forth started after Keef took a line on Migos “Brokeanese” as a diss.
Recently, Keef sent out a serious threat to Migos telling them not to show up to Chicago for their show n December 21st.
Keef tweeted a warning to the Atlanta trio saying, “Warning Diss Records Lead to A lot More.”
Keef then posted a meme to IG featuring Lion King’s Mufasa telling Simba to never go to the dark, shadowy place, which is Chicago, IL. “Shootin at everybody black white, Mexican People!” the caption on the photo read.
Today at a press conference in Manhattan, state Senator Liz Krueger revealed a plan to legalize and tax marijuana in the state of New York. Making weed totally chill in the eyes of the law has long been a focus of democrats in the state — including Governor Andrew Cuomo — but the New York’s left currently has nothing concrete to show for their efforts.
The law concerning possession of a small amount of marijuana has not been updated in New York since 1977, which is a completely insane fact when you consider the public’s shifting views on pot legalization. New York’s state assembly passed two bills earlier this year regarding weed, but neither was moved forward by the state’s senate. One would’ve legalized marijuana for medicinal use, while the other would’veallowed for the possession of minor amounts of pot. As it stands now, New York is currently to the right of, uh, Chris Christie.
Any measure to legalize marijuana in the state of New York is also in an entire different discussion thanks to New York City’s clinging to the evils of stop and frisk. That policy is credited with a rapid increase in the number of black and Latino residents being arrested for pot possession, which makes incoming mayor Bill De Blasio’s appointment of Bill Bratton — who is an open supporter of stop and frisk — concerning at best.
Chicago native, rapper and official DJ for hip-hop group Dead Prez, Michael “mikeflo” Flowers, is pursuing a lawsuit with Alaska Airlines, claiming the airline barred the artist from boarding a flight from Seattle to Portland due to his face tattoos that allegedly made the flight staff uncomfortable. More details below. mikeflo and his team are asking all friends, fans and associates to tweet #itsartnotacrime to show support.
“I was stunned and humiliated. I am a platinum medallion member with Delta and I fly thousands of miles a year. I feel like they violated my freedom of expression,” said Mike Flowers aka mikeflo.
He has consulted with legal representation and is considering pursuing a lawsuit. ”Mr. Flowers has religious and cultural tattoos on his face as an expression of his spiritual beliefs,” said his attorney Mawuli Mel Davis. “We are investigating the incident and considering all legal options.”
Meanwhile, mikeflo has launched the #itsartnotacrime social media campaign calling for fair treatment of all passengers by Alaska Airlines.
Source: Vlad TV
Kanye West might have something new to rant about very soon. The cartoon, South Park spoofed Ye’s “Bound 2” video on last nights episode.
South Park did not hold back. Aside from giving their take on his video, the also showed Ye interrupting an awards show christening Pope Francis as TIME’s Person of the Year. The final scene saw Kanye read a story to the character Wendy, who was intent on exposing Kardashian as a product of photoshop.
Check out the video below