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Pictured (Above) Alex "A -Rod" Crandon
Two members of the GS9 gang, the clique Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda belongs to, have been officially convicted of murder, attempted murder and conspiracy. In a press release dated Friday, April 15, Bridget G. Brennan, New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor announced that Rashid Derrisant, 24 and Alex Crandon, 22, were found guilty for the February 2013 murder of a 19-year-old rival gang member.
“As indicated by their verdict, the jurors in this trial heard evidence describing a cold blooded murder, wild gunplay and a terrifying disregard for the safety of innocent bystanders as the defendants tried to violently settle scores with rivals in New York City and beyond,” said Brennan in a press release concerning the verdict. “When Rashid Derrisant and Alex Crandon were armed, theirs was a neighborhood under siege.”
A full breakdown of the verdict reveals that Derrisant has been convicted of eleven charges and Crandon ten charges stemming from the same murder. If they are to serve their full sentences, the men are facing maximum penalties of over 100 years a piece.
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GS9 (stands for G Stone Crips). Out of the 15 arrested, 13 defendants have been named: Ackquille Pollard (Bobby Shmurda), Chad Marshall (Rowdy Rebel), Santino Boderick (Cueno), Rashid Derrisant (Rasha), Alex Crandon (A-Rod), Brian Harvey (Messie), Nicolas McCoy (Montana Flea), Javase Pollard (Fame), Deshain Cockett (D-Boy), Remy Marshall (Fetti), Devon Rodney (Slice), Delroy Edwards (D-Rose), Clevon Pearson (Dread). All 13 have plead not guilty.
East 95th Street from Kings Highway to East New York Ave, or East Flatbush
Why they were under investigation:
The 63-page indictment alleges that GS9 "participated in and agreed to embark upon a certain course of criminal conduct including murder, assault, weapons possession, narcotics possession and sales and other crimes in order to maintain their dominance of that geographic area." It goes on to suggest that they engaged in violent confrontations with members of rival street gangs, including Folk Nation and Brooklyn's Most Wanted, and that they would "often [discuss] their efforts and plotting additional attacks through phone conversations among each and others."
The indictment lists 13 charges, a total of 69 counts:
Conspiracy In The Second Degree: 1 count
Conspiracy In The Fourth Degree: 3 counts
Murder In The Second Degree: 1 count
Attempted Murder In The Second Degree: 7 counts
Criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree: 28 counts
Criminal Use Of Firearm In The First Degree: 2 counts
Reckless Endangerment In The First Degree: 4 counts
Reckless Endangerment In The Second Degree: 10 counts
Criminal Control Of Substance In The Third Degree: 2 counts
Criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia In The Second Degree: 3 counts
Attempted Assault In The First Degree: 3 counts
Assault In The First Degree: 4 counts
Assault In The Second Degree: 1 count
Bobby Shmurda's charges:
He faces 5 charges, on 8 counts, including conspiracy to commit 2nd degree murder, conspiracy to commit 2nd degree assault, weapons and narcotics charges. Among those, here is some of what is alleged:
- He was present when shots were fired in the vicinity of the Brooklyn Supreme Court Building in January 2013.
- In a telephone conversation, he told another gang member that he shot a member of a rival gang in May 2013.
- He was involved in the sale of narcotics, including the sale of crack-cocaine.
- In a phone conversation, another gang member alleged that Shmurda was carrying two guns, saying, "Your boy Bobby out here with 2 CDs [code for guns] on him like he in the wild wild west or something." This was April 2014.
- In a phone conversation, Shmurda accuses another gang member of hurting the narcotics business by being too aggressive with members of a rival gang. "He movin' aggressive and you can't do that when you tryin' to make money," he said in May 2014.
- He shot into a crowd of people, shattering a barber shop window, in June 2014. A string of calls between other GS9 guys suggests that he had been pretending to shoot one of their own.
- Shmurda was arrested with another gang member for possession of two guns and narcotics paraphernalia in June 2014.
- A telephone conversation between two GS9 gang members suggests that Shmurda's family in New York were a source for firearms.
Shmurda is being held on $2 million bail. His lawyer has indicated that that Epic has agreed to help Shmurda make bail; he also has called the charges "a bunch of bullshit" and the indictment a "worthless piece of paper."
Other allegations made against GS9:
In addition to drug dealing, the indictment alleges murder, attempted murder, and weapons possession. It links members of GS9 with the murder of a rival gang member, the shooting of an innocent woman, and a shooting outside a nightclub in Miami. Epic-signee Rowdy Rebel faces 7 charges on 11 counts; he's being held on bail for $2 million. The investigation also allegedly turned up 21 guns.
Beyoncé joins five women as the only women to have every track on an album chart. All 16 tracks from her latest Renaissance album have landed a spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Queen Bey is also just the third female artist to land at least 80 entries on the Hot 100 chart along with Nicki Minaj and Swift. Renaissance is Beyoncé’s seventh No. 1 solo album.
One of Hip Hop's greatest voices Billy Danze continues to move his talent in multiple directions. The M.O.P front man takes a moment to address the issue of society’s fastest growing occupation (Haters) with this inspiring track “EMPLOYED” prod. By Sethemic. The legend converts negative energy into fuel and kindly gets a few things off his chess.
Kendrick Lamar Returns With ‘Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers’
“Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” Kendrick Lamar’s fifth studio LP, is one of the most ardently anticipated new albums in years.Credit...Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times, via Getty Images
“Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” Kendrick Lamar’s fifth studio LP, is one of the most ardently anticipated new albums in years.
By Ben Sisario
May 13, 2022
The five-year wait for a new album by Kendrick Lamar — the Pulitzer-anointed, voice-of-a-generation rapper — is finally over.
“Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” Lamar’s fifth studio LP and one of the most ardently anticipated new albums in years, was released overnight on digital services, with big hopes from fans and big questions looming about his next career steps.
The album arrived divided into two nine-track sides and features production from a wide array of musicians across sounds and genres, including Lamar’s frequent collaborators Sounwave and Dahi, plus the songwriting trio Beach Noise, the veteran hip-hop beatmaker the Alchemist, Pharrell Williams and more. Featured guests include Beth Gibbons of Portishead, Sampha, Ghostface Killah, Baby Keem, Summer Walker and repeat appearances from the controversial rapper Kodak Black.
Typically dense, introspective, confessional and self-lacerating, “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” includes recurring mentions of therapy (“United in Grief,” “Father Time”), “cancel culture” (“N95”), “daddy issues” (“Father Time”) and tumultuous romance. “We Cry Together,” which incorporates a Florence + the Machine sample, takes the form of an argument between Lamar and a woman, voiced by the actress Taylour Paige, about their relationship. Throughout the album, Lamar’s longtime partner Whitney Alford and the German self-help guru Eckhart Tolle are credited as narrators.
“Writer’s block for two years, nothing moved me,” Lamar raps on the third track, “Worldwide Steppers.”
Lamar, 34, is one of the few major figures in the contemporary music scene — where a regular flow of new content is seen as a necessity — who can keep fans waiting for such a long stretch without sacrificing fan loyalty or critical prestige. Even after Lamar’s extended absence, “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” is expected to make a sizable opening-week splash on the Billboard albums chart. On Friday, Lamar also announced a world tour that will begin July 19 in Oklahoma City and then head in the fall to Europe, Britain, Australia and New Zealand.
Lamar cemented himself as one of the most ambitious rappers of the millennial generation with his major-label debut, “good kid, m.A.A.d. city” (2012). For his follow-up effort, “To Pimp a Butterfly” (2015), he brought in a host of players from Los Angeles’s fertile jazz scene, including Kamasi Washington and Thundercat. That album, “a work about living under constant racialized surveillance and how that can lead to many types of internal monologues, some empowered, some self-loathing,” as the Times pop music critic Jon Caramanica wrote, includes “Alright,” which became an unofficial Black Lives Matter protest anthem.
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His 2017 album, “DAMN.,” won five Grammy Awards, though it lost album of the year to Bruno Mars’s “24K Magic.” (The rapper has 14 total Grammy wins.) Lamar, who grew up in Compton, Calif., and has made that area’s culture and struggles a central part of his music, also became the first rapper to receive the Pulitzer Prize for music. “DAMN.” was cited in 2018 as “a virtuosic song collection unified by its vernacular authenticity and rhythmic dynamism that offers affecting vignettes capturing the complexity of modern African-American life.” Lamar embraced the accolade, appearing in concert with a “Pulitzer Kenny” banner behind him.
Also in 2018, Lamar and the head of his record company, Anthony Tiffith (known as Top Dawg), were the executive producers of a companion album to the film “Black Panther.” A track from the LP, “All the Stars,” by Lamar and SZA, was nominated for an Academy Award for best original song. The visual artist Lina Iris Viktor sued, saying her work was used without permission in the track’s video; the lawsuit was settled in late 2018.
Since that eventful year, Lamar has kept a low public profile, making a handful of guest appearances on other artists’ songs and, last year, joining the Las Vegas rapper (and his cousin) Baby Keem for two songs on Keem’s album “The Melodic Blue,” including the Grammy-winning “Family Ties.” In February, Lamar took the stage at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show alongside Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Eminem and Mary J. Blige, which put him in the odd position of being either the only relative youngster in a hip-hop oldies show or — performing songs up to a decade old — perhaps already being a bit of a throwback himself.
Last Sunday, Lamar released a new music video, “The Heart Part 5,” as a teaser for “Mr. Morale.” It has a spoken prologue stating “life is perspective” and then shows Lamar’s face melding with those of a series of Black men of varying levels of cultural heroism or controversy: O.J. Simpson, Kanye West, Jussie Smollett, Will Smith, Kobe Bryant, Nipsey Hussle. The deepfake effects were created by Deep Voodoo, a studio from the “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, which is planning further projects with pgLang, a new company founded by Lamar and Dave Free, a longtime collaborator.
The lyrics in “The Heart Part 5” have already been scoured for meaning, as has the image that Lamar shared on Wednesday of the album’s cover, photographed by Renell Medrano. It shows Lamar, in a crown of thorns and with a gun tucked into his waistband, holding a child while a woman on a bed nurses a baby, like an allegorical religious painting.
To some extent, those may also serve as clues for the next stage of Lamar’s career. “Mr. Morale” will be his last album for Top Dawg Entertainment, or TDE, Lamar’s home since the beginning of his career, which has released his music in partnership with Interscope. He has not announced a new label deal, but has instead begun new projects with pgLang, which was announced two years ago as a “multilingual, at service company” that will work on a range of creative and commercial projects, from the video for “The Heart Part 5” to a series of new Converse sneakers.
Joe Coscarelli contributed reporting.
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"Our hearts are broken by the passing of Keith Grayson, professionally known as DJ Kay Slay. A dominant figure in Hip Hop culture with millions of fans worldwide, DJ Kay Slay will be remembered for his passion and excellence with a legacy that will transcend generations. In memory of DJ Kay Slay, our family wishes to thank all of his friends, fans, and supporters for their prayers and well wishes during this difficult time. We ask that you respect our privacy as we grieve this tragic loss."
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According to reports, a family-owned gas station in Houston were the victims of an unusual heist that saw 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel stolen by way of a "trap door."
Jerry Thayil, manager at the Houston-based Fuqua Express gas station, told USA Today that the first signs of the alleged theft were uncovered after he noticed a large discrepancy in the diesel fuel. The following day, the same fuel discrepancy was discovered in addition to surveillance footage showing a minivan parked over the gas station’s tank inlets in a suspicious manner.
The alleged theft reportedly took place over the span of three days whereby the minivan used what Thayil is describing as a “trap door inside their vehicle.”
“The van drives on top of the fuel tank. That’s all you see,” he said. Thayil estimates the fuel theft amounted to about $5,000.
"Given the fact that Putin went through a lot of humiliation in [his] childhood, he could not stand up for himself due to his [slight] physical form, it is not surprising that he left after law school and joined the KGB," Vedler said. "Such people are timid and fearful from childhood, afraid of noise and darkness, strangers, so traits such as caution, restraint, and lack of communication are developed early in their character."
The outspoken model went missing one month after posting her video online and she was never heard from again. A year after Vedler's disappearance, a new update confirms that the model lost her life although her anti-Putin rant and death do not appear to be related.
According to a police report, Vedler's ex-boyfriend, Dimitry Korovin, recently confessed to strangling her to death shortly after her anti-Putin video went viral. Upon killing his ex-girlfriend, the 23-year-old assailant slept with the corpse for three nights in their hotel room, while making several social media posts on her behalf, in order to make people think that she was still alive. Afterward, Korovin stuffed Vedler's severed body parts into a suitcase and drove 300 miles away from the crime scene to the Lipetsk region of Russia, where he vacated the evidence.
Korovin may very well have gotten away with murder had he elected not to ask a friend named Evgeniy Foster, who is a blogger from Ukraine, to file a missing person's report for Vedler. The missing person's report eventually led back to Korovin's arrest.
Details about Dimitry Korovin's detainment are scarce at the moment, so stay tuned for more on this case.
Kanye West's tirade against D.L. Hughley hasn't stopped, as he called out the comedian in another Instagram post while speaking on his daughter North being back on TikTok.
The rapper called out the content his daughter was singing about on a TikTok video before directing his attention to Perez Hilton and D.L. Hughley. At the end of his IG post, West said: “…And DL Hughley is a pawn Yeah I know a king not supposed to address a pawn but I address everything and find addresses DL So don’t speak on me or my children I can afford to hurt u.” Take a look above.
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D.L. Hughley previously spoke about the split between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West while on VladTV. The comedian went on to call out the behavior West has displayed towards his ex and her new boyfriend. Along with that, he implied that if Kanye wasn’t as rich and famous that he’d never be able to get a woman of Kim K’s stature. Now, Kanye West has responded to D.L. Hughley’s VladTV interview with some choice words for the comedian.
West posted a clip of Hughley performing on stage before he ultimately collapsed. In the caption, West said, “We gone stop letting practicing drug addicts be used by leftist to Willie Lynch our Future Black people with our own opinion are not allowed to speak in public.” The rapper continued going in, saying, “I am the glitch DL God does not like you You have no favor Your family hates you I would hate to be related to somebody who used to be famous Now you just known as a broke pawn at least Oprah got billions ‘allegedly.’” West continued with more words for D.L. before calling him a “dumb ass drug addict House n***a.” Take a look above.
LaKevia's mother, Sherina Jackson, spoke to local CBS affiliate WRDW, and she revealed that LaKevia was attending her best friend's birthday party at the bowling alley. While there, an argument started over a bowling ball, and LaKevia was shot while leaving the establishment.
Sherina Jackson stated, "I didn’t know that was going to be the last time I talked to my baby. I could hear her over the phone crying and screaming then her best friend said she’s not breathing! I lost my baby all over a bowling ball."
Atlanta PD hasn't released information about the suspect, but they believe they are close to an arrest based on ballistic and surveillance evidence, along with witness testimony.
More details to come.
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According to credible sources, it was revealed that 55 year old Alberto ‘Alpo’ Martinez was shot and killed in Harlem. The shooting took place early Sunday morning, in a drive-by fashion. Police noted that Alpo was hit multiple times in the chest, with shots coming from the vehicle passing by on West 147th Street near Frederick Douglass Blvd, around 3:20 am.
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