Some people don’t need access to social media.
A Florida man suspected of organizing several so-called “dinner time” burglaries in the Boynton Beach area was arrested after posting a series of incriminating photos on Instagram.
The photos, posted at duce22ceritfied show Depree Johnson and others posing with guns, cash, and drugs.
The months-long investigation into the break-ins at local senior communities led authorities to Johnson’s Lake Worth home, where they found “numerous pieces of jewelry … (including) watches, charms, necklaces and loose diamonds, as well as two stolen firearms.”
All told, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office recovered some $250,000 worth of loot.
Johnson was subsequently booked on 142 charges, including possession of weapons/ammunition by a convicted felon.
Troy Ave releases another video off his stellar, “New York City” mixtape. Check out “Cigar Smoke” featuring King Sevin below
Gang violence in Chicago has been out of control for 2 years now. The media often attempts to ties the violence in the streets of Chicago to the rap music. According to a report in the Frank Main of the Chicago Sun Times, the CPD are now keeping a close eye on the rappers as much as they are watching the gangs.
Watch his news report below where he speaks about gangs in Chicago and how rap music connects to it.
Chief Keef must be bored or taking a page out of his big homie Gucci Mane’s playbook, because he’s been doing a lot of beefing with artists via twitter.
Yesterday it was Soulja Boy, this time it’s Migos.
Taking to Twitter, Keef wrote
but not long after Keef’s tweet, Migos member, Offset, decided to respond (but then deleted) by saying “We’ll be in Chiraq next week pull up.”
The exchange continued between the camps when Keef laughs off Migos’ threat, writing “Lol “Pull Up” #CallMeSosaSanta” Keef’s tweets turn a bit more sinister with threats of violence. He goes on to mock a line from Migos’ song “Young Rich Ni**as” by writing “What they say money, power, Respect? Well b**ch It’s money, & power with the Tec!”
Keef continued his threats in the form of rhymes: “I got Some ni**as With a Bunch of Tools they Come thru Screwing shit Like moppers do!” and “Like don’t be Talkin when my choppa do Turn ya Block to Lil B b**ch Wounton soup!”
Keef later clowns and accuses the Migos of wearing fake jewelry: “Fake A** Jewels On all my dead Homies Tho!” he wrote. Migos issued a final statement saying they entertain money, not bullsh*t: “Migos don’t sneak diss and don’t entertain bullsh*t. We entertain money #YRN2 #QC,” they wrote.