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20
Dec
10

Waka Flocka Speaks About Raid On His Home….

During an interview with Hot 93.7 radio station in Hartford, Connecticut, Waka, who was not home while the raid ensued, described how he learned his residency had been invaded..

“I had to go to court for a little traffic ticket for driving too fast. I was coming out the court, I had to use the bathroom. So my road manager G-Boy, he’s like, ‘Ay, man, police just raided the house.’ I’m like, ‘What? What they want? They want to find some CDs? What they comin’ in there for?’ ” he said.

Waka denied he was involved in any negative activities as accused, with no intention of living a double life.

“Why would I rap and go try to street gang bang? That’s hustling backwards. Why would I wanna rap all around the world and then go hit the streets and gang bang? I’m a rapper, I’m not a [gang-banger.] How can you gang bang and be a rapper? I don’t understand that,” he said. “I would love to find out where their information is coming from. I can’t wait.”

It was reported that one of Waka’s associates was responsible for being a police informant, resulting in the raid, which Waka also denies.

“That ain’t true. Hey, this is the internet. I don’t know what’s going on, I didn’t even see [the video], keep it gangsta,” Waka said.

Waka once again stressed it was nonsensical to put his current success in jeopardy by involving himself in street life.

“I’m good. I dropped the album, Flockaveli, doing numbers. ‘No Hands,’ I think it’s platinum or it’s on the road to be. I’m in the top three albums of the year, ’cause I don’t know nobody selling past me and Gucci and probably Wayne or Nicki and West or somebody or Ross. Other than that, these folks is losing out here,” he said. “I’m good, I got shows every week. I’m straight. Team good, I’m eatin’. New label, Brick Squad Monopoly, Gucc about to drop two mixtapes, I just executive produced one of them. I’m going in, man.”

17
Dec
10

Yo Gotti Flashback: Thats Whats Up Video

17
Dec
10

Cam’Ron And Vado Banned From Canada???

Apparently, things Cam’ron did way back in the day stopped him from going to Montreal, Canada for a show. Him and VADO were denied entry into the North Nation. The were just there in Canada over the summer. No dice in the winter.

Cam also hit up Twitter to keep fans updated with the incident.

“my *igga @VADO_MH aka “sliiiiiiimmmmeeeee in customs wit me http://plixi.com/p/63337398,” Cam tweeted Thursday.

“they just told @VADO_MH he has a felony, he cant come in da country and my dj either, im waitin to here to see what they tell me. SMH”

“they just told me NO!!! this some real bullsh*t!! we just was here a couple months ago! sayin i had machine gun in 03. f*ckin makin sh*t up” (Cam’ron’s Twitter)

While waiting in customs, Killa publicly released a video alongside Vado apologizing to his Canadian fans.

“We in customs, they just shut us down,” Cam said via video. “See the flag? Shut me down. This my deejay. This the only dude that made it. Ain’t got a misdemeanor. There goes the flag. This go the country that did it to us — Montreal, we sorry. We in Toronto customs. Sorry about that. Love y’all Montreal.” (Twit Vid)

17
Dec
10

DMX to Serve Another Year In Jail!!!!

DMX was arrested on November 18th for failing to take a drug test and refusing treatment.

“I did make the effort that I could, and I appreciate any help you can give me,” DMX, real name Earl Simmons, told Judge Mullenaux during his court hearing.

According to Mullenaux, DMX has tested positive for cocaine five times during his probation, which she attributes to an undiagnosed mental health problem.
“Your criminal history goes back to 1988…It’s going to continue if you don’t take care of your mental health.”

According to reports by the Associated Press, DMX was seeking treatment at a drug rehabilitation facility but was kicked out after drinking during a concert in Scottsdale.

16
Dec
10

Yo Gotti Rival Targeted In Club Shooting……

OG Boo Dirty was arrested and charged on Wednesday with inciting to riot and aggravated riot after a warrant was issued for an after-hours shooting at Level II nightclub during Thanksgiving weekend speculated to have been sparked by a reported fight/altercation with rapper Yo Gotti.


According to authorities, the shooting took place after OG Boo Dirty born Lance Taylor, 24, got into an argument with rapper Yo Gotti born Mario Mims, 29, in the parking lot outside of the nightclub, as previously reported on MemphisRap.com. Continue reading ‘Yo Gotti Rival Targeted In Club Shooting……’

16
Dec
10

Police Raid Waka Flocka’s House, Gucci Mane Arrested???????

A home occupied by Waka Flocka Flame was raided by Atlanta authorities Thursday (December 16), and the rapper’s associate, Gucci Mane, and his manager and mother, Deb Antney, were detained as police searched the premises.

No formal charges were filed, but a TMZ report suggested that the investigation centered on prostitution.

Antney staunchly denied that allegation when MTV News spoke with her Thursday (December 16); according to various reports, weapons and drugs were also found on the scene.

“It had nothing to do with prostitution,” Antney told MTV News. “The weapons they found were licensed weapons. There was under an ounce of marijuana, but it was nothing but a blunt. The other drugs were medication that was in Waka’s room from when he got hurt,” Antney said, referring to Waka Flocka Flame’s February shooting. Continue reading ‘Police Raid Waka Flocka’s House, Gucci Mane Arrested???????’

16
Dec
10

Lil Wayne’s ‘6’7″ ‘ Originally For T.I., Bangladesh Says….

From chart-topping records to serving time behind bars, Lil Wayne and T.I. have a lot in common. In fact, they were both set to lavish lyrics on what eventually became Weezy’s latest joint, “6’7″.”

Producer Bangladesh, who supplied the rumbling, insistent beat for Weezy’s beastly 2008 banger “A Milli,” recently revealed that Wayne’s lead lyrical K.O. from Tha Carter IV was originally sent to Tip’s camp.

 “Due to the situation and the circumstances of the Cash Money situation, I really wasn’t thinking about Wayne at that moment when I made it,” he told BET.com about sidestepping Weezy’s label due to static that cropped up when Bangladesh claimed Cash Money owed him some, well, cash money. “I just knew that the beat was a big track and I couldn’t at the time think of nobody that could swag this out like that or was worthy enough of this beat really.

“I was actually sending the beat to Gee [Roberson, Atlantic Records executive] for T.I.,” he added. “I mean, not that I think T.I. would sound good on the beat, they were just looking for a single and somebody said, ‘Man, send that to Gee; T.I. need something.’ ”

Even though the producer sent over the track, he knew that Tip wasn’t likely to latch on to the record. Instead, Roberson, who co-manages Weezy, insisted the beat was Carter IV material.

“I already dealt with T.I., I know how T.I. is. I knew he wouldn’t really be rocking this beat right there, so I sent it anyway,” he added. “And Gee just hit back talking about Wayne: ‘Man, Wayne’ll kill this, Wayne’ll kill this,’ so I had to really see if I wanted to do it or not, but they’ve been communicating, they’ve been reaching out.” Continue reading ‘Lil Wayne’s ‘6’7″ ‘ Originally For T.I., Bangladesh Says….’