The FBI has issued a warning to American citizens and permanent residents to not travel to Haiti as the country is gripped by a surge in gang violence. The directive was also aimed at those residing in South Florida. The agency has reported a 300 percent increase in kidnappings since the year began when compared to the same time period last year.
According to an alleged FBI report, slain rapper King Von ordered a hit on FBG Duck for $100,000. The alleged gunmen face trial in 2023.
Einar, birth name Nils Gronberg, was murdered in Stockholm and police are still on the lookout for the suspects.
In the latest series of shootings since the gang-styled execution of 9-year-old Chicago boy, Tyshawn Lee, the boy’s father has been charged in a retaliation shooting. Pierre Jones shot the girlfriend of one of the men who killed his son, just hours after details emerged Lee’s captors intended to torture him.
The Game proudly declared how he had no filter during his recent appearance on The Breakfast Club but he had to clear the air after he got a little too candid mentioning the dead.
It’s hard to believe that gangs are still banging strictly off of colors but the tragedy of Tavin Price reminds us that the concrete jungle is dangerous as ever.
Current reality TV show fans associate Benzino with catfights and assassination attempts but a new probe by The Boston Globe has likened the former Source magazine underboss and Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast member as a gangster’s associate.
San Diego rapper Brandon “Tiny Doo” Duncan is facing life in prison for lyrics he used in a song describing a crime he didn’t commit. While Tiny Doo is apparently gang affiliated, his lawyer claims the lyrics should fall under free speech guidelines.
As highlighted in Moguldum Studios’ Gunland documentary, the gun and gang violence that has gripped the Chicago streets continues to play out as a harrowing tale of despair. Although Mayor Rahm Emanuel and top officials have promised to slow the carnage, victims of gun violence continue to mount at high numbers.
Moguldum Studios‘ Gunland documentary was released on April 8, which takes a look at Chicago‘s gun violence epidemic. Coupled with the glorification of gang culture by rappers such as Chief Keef and Lil’ Durk, the unknown amount of illegal guns that blanket the city stands as a sobering reminder of how dire the circumstances are.