Z-Ro found himself in hot water in 2017 after he was charged with beating his then-girlfriend Just Brittany in a case that had several back and forths with the courts. Now, the veteran Houston rapper had the domestic violence charges against him dropped after he worked out a plea agreement.

Pump ya brakes if you thought Z-RO was getting off scot-free. The Houston rapper has been charged with misdemeanor assault by the D.A. for his alleged beating of then-girlfriend Just Brittany despite a Grand Jury deciding not to press charges. 


Rapper Z-RO won’t be facing charges for allegedly beating his then-girlfriend Just Brittany. Somehow, the rapper managed to duck felony assault charges. 

Just Brittany, the former girlfriend of Z-Ro, shared details of an alleged domestic violence incident between her and the veteran Houston rapper. The rapper and cast member of VH1’s Signed series sat down with TMZ’s Raq Rants and broke down in tears as she explained her side of the matter.


Z-Ro is in hot water after allegedly beating on his girlfriend, for hours. Now word is that the Houston rapper spoke on the incident in song.


Z-Ro has some explaining to do. The Houston rapper, bornJoseph Wayne McVey IV, was arrested for aggravated assault on Wednesday (July 26) for allegedly beating his rapper girlfriend, for hours. 

As far as Hip-Hop hotbeds go, Atlanta continues to show and prove. Today, rising rapper 21 Savage builds on the momentum of being named a 2016 XXL Freshmen with the release of a collaborative album with honorary ATLien Metro Boomin titled Savage Mode.

Z-Ro and Mike Dean got mad just like everyone else while watching the news this week. Hoping to channel that anger in a productive way, the two linked up to create a new track.

Miguel joins artists like Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Chris Brown in speaking out against the recent string of Black deaths at the hand of police on a song titled “How Many.”

After giving Nylon the scoop on her recent dealings, Nicki Minaj delivers her second guess verse of the year on Bebe Rexha’s “No Broken Hearts.”

A true southern connection forms on Z-Ro’s “Keep It Real,” which features MMG frontman Rick Ross.

Kirko Bangz turns it up a notch on a new track titled “Cup Up Top Down.” With the assistance of the legendary Z-Ro, Paul Wall and Slim Thug, the Houston representation is heavy on this one.