Crime and Punishment

In today’s episode of Now, Sis’, What Is You Doin’? a high school cafeteria worker in Louisiana has been arrested after being accused of selling cannabis edibles to students, which would indicate that she has taken the “high” part of “high school” far too literally. (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Please don’t block me.)


A few weeks after a teenager was beaten unconscious for his Air Jordan 1s, two suspects were arrested for the assault and robbery.

Los Angeles resident Patricia Dunn's estranged husband was caught on camera crashing a dump truck into her house.

A Harlem team was beaten unconscious and to add insult to injury, was robbed of his Air Jordans on the corner of 145th Street and Broadway.


Andrew Tate’s already bad week just got exponentially worse. The controversial alt-right influencer, who got burned something awful by Greta Thunberg, has been arrested in Romania under allegations of sex trafficking.

Indianapolis residents Shyann Delmar and Mecka Curry helped Columbus, Ohio, police find missing twin baby Kyair Thomas.


On Friday (Dec. 23), a Los Angeles jury found rapper and singer Tory Lanez, born  Daystar Peterson, guilty of shooting Meg Thee Stallion. The Canadian rapper and singer is facing up to 20 years, and deportation, when he is sentenced.

Aaron Dean, the former Fort Worth police officer who shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson, was sentenced to nearly 12 years in prison.

Amar'e Stoudemire, a former NBA star, was arrested for allegedly striking his daughter and has since issued a statement refuting the claim.


Kelsey Harris has some explaining to do. Although in recent court proceedings she essentially said her memory is fuzzy, in a deposition that was played in court, Megan Thee Stallion’s former friend says she saw Torey Lanez shooting at the Texas rapper.


Atlanta and YSL rapper Gunna is no snitch. That's according to former 'Breakfast Club' co-host Angela Yee.

Bankroll Freddie has reportedly submitted a request to get back his jewelry, according to documents from the court. His legal team claims that since the 60-day deadline has expired after the property was seized during a traffic stop arrest in April, it should be returned.