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10775567479?profile=original Wack called Blacc Sam for removing a posthumous verse from The Game's new album at crunch time a claim we’re told is farfetched considering the song’s verses were never discussed prior to the album’s release. Nipsey’s label, Atlantic Records, was confused by Game’s “Drillmatic” announcement last week which touted a Nipsey featured a song named “World Tours.” Nipsey’s music handlers not Sam then alerted the attorneys to check for the song’s existing paperwork who in turn, sent Wack a cease-and-desist after discovering no such agreement ever existed. Wack has been critical of Nip’s legacy on numerous occasions since his death and accused Blacc Sam of holding a grudge during a recent Clubhouse chat. Wack argued that his and Game’s industry gripes weren’t mutually exclusive and the song should have been cleared, considering Game has waved the proverbial Marathon Flag in Nip’s memory over the years.
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Tyga claps back at Soulja Boy in Thottianna Freestyle


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Tyga has finally took off the gloves with Soulja Boy after Draco aired him out on his popular Breakfast club interview .
"I'm on fire right now!" Soulja yelled on IG Live. "I had the biggest comeback of 2018. N***** up here talking about Tyga. Tyga!? Tyga? Huh? Tyga had the biggest comeback? Man, get the f*** out of here!"
Here it is a month later Tyga takes full aim at Draco as he freestyles over the Thottianna Beat on the LA Leakers show .
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"7 million records, 9 months, where's Soulja at? I can make the same song, b***s still play that. Running 'round saying that you made me, why you say that?" T-Raww rapped.

Soulja Boy then took to twitter to tweet this
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what are your thoughts on this entire situation
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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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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GS9

Who:

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.
Where:

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 charges:

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.

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Rumors are that +Iggy Azalea is leading the hip-hop billboard charts and is bringing the rest of the crew up with her. Not only has she been causing an uproar in the music industry, she has also been featured in the new "Whitewash Mix-tape." The whole gang is in this mix. From Iggy Azalea, Mac Miller, Eminem, Justin Timberlake, to Yelawolf, Snow Tha Product, & Chelsea Davis. Listen or download your free copy today.

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Good Times USA Launches Good Times Hot 100 DJ Program

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Tampa, Fla.- For almost two decades now, Four-20 has been the unofficial holiday for recreational time off from your daily routine of school and work. And since 2008, that same April 20th date is the birthday for cigar company Good Times USA.

Keeping those happy, laidback times burning longer, Good Times USA celebrated this special day with the launch of Good Times Hot 100 DJ Program.Respecting the influence of the DJ, Good Times USA’s Good Times Hot 100 DJ Program maintains a finger on the pulse of urban culture, leisure and play.

“We wanted to salute the DJs all across the country and recognize the hottest ones in their market,” explains Corey Curry, Good Times USA marketing director. “This is just our way of showing love and shedding some light on an important part of our music and culture.”

The co-branding partnership was put in place to help both brands achieve their marketing goals through touring, mixtape distribution, mobile apps, radio broadcasts and spinning in the hottest clubs across the country.

Since the beginning of hip hop in the late 1970s, the DJ has always been the center of the culture. And the same stands true today. So Good Times USA selected DJs who are the center of their respective markets and set trends in the entertainment culture.

Good Times USA recently re-launched GoodTimesEverytime.com. The website was developed as a platform to promote the Good Times Lifestyle though new music, mobile apps, fashion, models, events and the Good Times Hot 100 DJ Program.

About 100 DJs have already joined the Good Times Hot 100 DJ Program. Currently the roster is at full capacity, but Good Times USA will allow additional DJs to apply between April 20 and 30 viaGoodTimesEveryTime.com.

“Our efforts are ways to create branding campaigns and connections that speak to the empowerment of hip hop culture,” says Curry.

Founded in 2008, Good Times USA sells and distributes quality smoke products in the United States. The broad product line includes HTL and natural leaf cigarillos, filter cigars, cigar wraps and rolling papers under the industry recognized names of Good Times, Double Maestro, Remington, Sweet Woods and Flat Wraps.

Their products have become so popular in the United States that their unit sales have grew over 63% in 2012 and grew another 60% in 2013! Good Times is dedicated to providing their customers with the highest quality smoke products at a competitive price.

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More than 100 teenagers involved in sex trafficking and exploitation were rescued over the weekend in coordinated raids encompassing more than 70 cities, the FBI said Monday.

The youngest child was 13 years old, the agency said.

The raids resulted in the arrest of 150 “pimps” involved in the commercial exploitation of both adults and children, said Ronald Hosko, assistant director of the FBI’s criminal investigative division.

It was the FBI’s largest action to date focusing on the recovery of sexually exploited children, and took law enforcement agencies to streets, motels, casinos and social media platforms, Hosko said. He said he hoped it would focus attention on sex trafficking, “this threat that robs us of our children.”

The pimps preyed in particular on troubled children, including children from broken homes, authorities said. In some of the cases, they used a popular online classified site, Backpage, to sell the children for sex, authorities said.

“The pitches tend to be: Girls are enticed with compliments or offers, do they want to make some money,” Hosko said. “Then they are trapped into this cycle that involves drugs, that involves physical abuse. It may involve torture.”

Criminal charges against the 150 will include human trafficking, authorities said.

An estimated 240,000 children in the United States are considered at risk of sexual exploitation
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