When Dj Symphony is not on stage with the mighty Wu-Tang Clan he is setting up stings inside The Symphony Dj Academy to catch thieves. Lmao just kidding but he really did catch someone trying to steal a laptop from the most popular Symphony Dj Academy. Watch Video Below.
Recently while in Texas on his "Summer Sixteen" tour, Drake took a break in his set to mock Joe Budden and even say "f*ck them n*ggas" in reference to the New Jersey rapper and his three diss records that he's released. Now, Budden has fired back with a fourth diss record titled "Just Because." The diss record doesn't direct address Drake, but Budden manages to mock Drake's singing and rapping style. Budden also took the time to go in on how Drake rips off other rappers for their whole style and wave, saying "I can attach different acts to different parts in your style, yeah we let you act as if you had parts in your style, nah." Listen to the track above.
A black Donald Trump supporter was questioned by a CNN reporter about white supremacists support of the Republican Presidential candidate and he responded by saying he believes the network aims to “divide and conquer” by pushing a divisive narrative.
“It’s always divide and conquer. It’s a scam. And I know it’s not gonna get on CNN. I’m fighting back against people like Black Lives Matter which CNN supports along with the Hillary Clinton Foundation. They’re traitors to this country,” yelled the supporter right before he asked the question. The reporter then asked about Donald Trump’s questionable supporters like David Duke of the KKK. “It doesn’t matter. That’s a right to free speech. I’m sick of this race and divide. And CNN is perfect at doing that. It’s always divide and conquer. People have the right to choose whatever they want. What the hell does that got to do with Donald Trump. He’s not a racist. We’re sick of you media,” he continued.
An onlooker stepped into the debate and told the reporter that he was asking an unfair question that intentionally tried to paint Trump as a racist. The black supporter chimed in once again. “Trump is not a racist. It’s the media who gives us those perceptions. Because the Democratic party. They always control the black people. It’s a plantation. As long as they’re on the mammary gland of American, sucking getting their food stamps, getting their welfare and they’re not dreaming for the stars. And society is killing that dream. They’re killing that dream by this globali
After one former cop was charged in the death of 28-year-old Sandra Bland's death, a former Texas jail guard named Rafael Zuniga has recently come out saying that he falsified log entries to show that he checked on Sandra Bland an hour before her death in a prison cell. The information came from the Bland family's lawyer, who is representing the family in a wrongful death suit against Waller County and 12 specific employees. According to the Houston Chronicle, a source told them that special prosecutors on the Sandra Bland case had known about the falsified logs, but the grand jury still failed to indict anyone.
Despite what Zuniga said in his testimony, Waller County has shot back saying that is not what his statement meant at all. Lawyer Larry Simmons said "Numerous depositions have been taken in the case involving dozens of hours of testimony. It is a gross miscarriage of justice and a misrepresentation for any party to cherry-pick or mischaracterize a small portion of that statement, and take it out of context."
None of the jail officials involved in the Sandra Bland case were indicted, but the state trooper who made the arrest is facing a misdemeanor perjury charge.
The couple admitted on the air that Waka had cheated on Tammy, but said they are working through it. “It’s a process,” said Tammy after the topic was brought up by hosts DJ Envy and Charlemagne. Flocka also admitted to how foolish his decision was. “I’m 30 years old. When I let my wife leave. I’m like ok. You start realizing that was the realest in your corner. Part of who I am today is because of my wife. Just being 100 percent,” he said. The rapper said he started having issues when he was hanging with younger rappers who wanted him to act like the Flocka that came out back in 2009. He’s changed since then, but in an effort to feel young, he started trying to blend in with them. “Our philosophy is different,” he said.
Flocka came clean about what he wants in life. “I want a family. I want the real love. Especially me being Waka Flocka. Sh*t ain’t real around me. I can’t become a man because that little boy is still around,” he said. He also explained making changes within himself. “It never was nobody. It was always me. The changes are with myself because at the end of the day can’t nobody tell me what to do. I’m egotistic. I never knew I had that much ego.” He said DJ Whoo Kid randomly checked him on that ego. Flocka said the short time away from Tammy helped him to realize what he needed to do in order to repair his marriage. The couple said a lot of the cheating rumors were fake, but there was a real affair. Flocka said his motive for cheating was trying to impress friends.
Gucci Mane said life in prison was "hell," but during his stint, some positive things happened in his life.
Big Guwop spoke with Fader shortly after being released from prison and told the publication that he was able to stop doing drugs and clean himself up while doing time. “I was on drugs so bad, I talked different,” said Gucci. “When I was smoking damn near a pound of weed every other day, I was congested. When I was drinking lean like crazy every day, I was out of my mind.” His newly found sobriety had people questioning whether he was a clone or the real Gucci once he started showing his face in public after becoming a free man. He described himself in the interview as “a sober, more conscious Gucci,” and laughed off the clone rumors. “It’s funny. I embrace it, a clone is, like, perfection. So if I look like a machine or a robot, then I’m doing something well,” he said.
Gucci Mane is now 3 years sober and enjoying life. He doesn’t look back at prison with regret and said he would still go through it if he could do things “all over again.” “It helped me a lot. To get to the point I am now. It dried me out from the drugs. Gave me time to reflect. It made a lot of relationships that were toxic in my life, fall away. And just set up a boundary for when I got out. But at the same time, it was a maximum security prison. People were dying every week,” said Gucci. The death and violence were hard to get through for the rapper. He also described himself as a “hell of a man.” He said people are going to have to get used to the new him, but he understands it will take some time.