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Posts Tagged: New York City
KENDRICK LAMAR ALMOST READY TO TALK?
Scott Storch Says Celebs Need To Watch Out Because Robbers Are On The Hunt
I don’t know what this chick is going to do, but Foxy Brown aka The Brown Fox seems to have enough relevance that the house that Wiz built is interested. On the flip side, she never mentioned them by name. So, check out the previous rumor I wrote for that, if you missed it. RELATED:… Read more »
Rapper Neno Best Among 19 Indicted In Largest Gun Bust In NYC History
Bishop Nehru Plans To Hold It Down For NYC At Kendrick Lamar’s Brooklyn Concert
US Judge: NYC’s Stop-And-Frisk Policy Racially Discriminates
ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER FAIL
Jay-Z Shutting Down NYC For Times Square Concert?
Apollo Theater To Host Breakin’ Convention
(AllHipHop News) Schoolboy Q and the TDE camp are one of the hottest crews to come out of Los Angeles since Death Row Records’ heyday in the 1990’s, but according to Q he’s still looking for some California Love from his hometown. “New York been f*cking with me forever. I been embraced [by] New York,”… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) On Tuesday night, 8 of the 10 (11 if you count honorary member Chief Keef) of the 2013 members of the XXL Freshmen Class performed at the New York stop of Monster Energy’s Outbreak Tour Presents XXL 2013 Freshmen Live Tour. Dizzy Wright, Kirko Bangz, Logic, Travi$ Scott, Action Bronson, Trinidad Jame$, Joey… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) Roc Nation Sports just added its first professional football player to its growing roster. Former West Virginia University quarterback Geno Smith is now a New York Jet and a member of the ROC. Smith will join Robinson Cano of the New York Yankees and Skylar Diggs of the WNBA’s Tulsa Shock as clients of Jay-Z’s… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) The New York City Police Department’s “Stop-and-Frisk” policy is one of the most highly criticized police tactics in recent years. The New York Civil Liberties Union, LatinoJustice PRLDEF, and The Bronx Defenders filed a federal class action lawsuit against the city, and as a result, a judge ordered that the NYPD stop enforcing the practice in front… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) New York City elementary school principal Anissa Chalmers is facing serious criticism from the New York Department of Education Chancellor Denis Wolcott and concerned parents for appearing in the independent movie Gang Girl. The film was released back in 2009 and contains violent acts like rape, beatings, and shootings. “The chancellor is aghast at the images in… Read more »