Later today (October 29), the charges will be unsealed at the Patterson, N.J. rapper appears in court to address the matter.
Philadelphia rapper and certified goon AR-Ab and eight others were indicted on federal drug charges on Thursday (Oct. 18). Most might remember AR-Ab got a mention in Drake’s infamous “Back To Back” diss track aimed at Meek Mill with the Dream Chasers star also involved in some past funk with Ab.
Things are not looking great for Young Thug. As we previously reported, Thugger is facing eight felony charges stemming from his Georgia arrest in September of last year and now, the rapper has reportedly turned himself in.
An elderly couple living in New York‘s Upper West Side neighborhood allegedly sold large amounts of the prescription drug oxycodone to a number of drug rings in the city. Dr. Rogelio Lucas and his wife, Lydia, were charged with dozens of drug-related offenses.
Buju Banton, the Reggae superstar who was arrested in 2009 on drug charges, has suffered another legal setback. Banton was unsuccessful in securing an appeal for retrial for one of the four counts against him after appearing in court this week.
Lil’ Za, all of a sudden, is in better standings with the law. The L.A. County DA just reduced his felony drug possession charge to a misdemeanor.
Wearing a crispy white short in court, 2 Chainz copped a plea in his felony drug possession case. In exchange for pleading guilty to misdemeanor drug possession, the Hair Weave Killer got hit with probation.
Damn Beans! 2013 is not bringing much good news to Beanie Sigel these days.
Love & Hip Hop New York’s Yandy Smith has finally made a statement regarding the legal trouble her boyfriend, Mendeecees Harris, has found himself in. Smith penned a letter thanking her supporters that she posted on her personal website.
A tough 2012 for CZAR Entertainment founder, Jimmy Henchmen, got even tougher as he was indicted for a murder stemming back to 2009. After being convicted on drug charges a few weeks back, Henchmen was one of the six people implicated in an organized hit according to the New York Times.
The post-Roc-a-Fella curse continues. The Roc co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke has been sentenced to five years in prison for conspiring to distribute over 100 kilos of weed, reports the New York Daily News. In March, Burke, who founded Roc-a-Fella with Jay-Z and Dame Dash in 1996, plead guilty to the charges against him, with sentencing originally scheduled […]