It seems Gorilla Zoe has dodged a big legal bullet this week. He will not face any time for a recent physical altercation.
You know things are going bad when the dude that had a man-crush on you begins to troll you for your cooperating ways.
Despite hailing from a culture with a sometimes twisted notion of what exactly “snitching” entails, rappers have a knack for dropping dime on themselves. Trust that Offset from Migos is only the latest rapper who snitched on himself.
Cle “Bone” Sloan, the man who Suge Knight ran over with his car and survived, refuses to snitch against the Death Row Records founder. Yep, Sloan said this in court while testifying.
In New York, a bizarre lawsuit case is unfolding involving an educator who gave public school students instructions on reciting the street warning of “snitches get stitches” over the loudspeaker system last November. A former employee of the school didn’t heed the words, and claims he was fired for snitching. The case is now before […]
Not all Hip-Hop artists can keep it as 100 as they claim when faced with the opportunity of giving the police a little more information than the G-code allows (which is none).
The “Stop Snitchin’” street code meme spread like wildfire, especially after NBA and current New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony infamously delivered a cold message to criminal informants on a homegrown DVD released in his native Baltimore back in 2004. Normally rooted in the violent drug trade and other criminal activities, New York’s Police Department […]
“Skinny Suge”, the man who became infamous for single handedly ushering in the ‘Stop Snitching’ movement, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for creating the underground DVDs. According to published reports, Ronnie Thomas and 8 others who participated in the creation of the DVD were charged with witness intimidation among other charges. Police […]