Kanye West has proven himself to be a true genius when it comes to being a businessman and also as an artist. It is hard to argue with that fact as West has proven time and time again why he is one of the best ever. It seems Kanye West might be jailed as well. Kanye West is currently under investigation by the LAPD after allegedly punching a fan. It was said that Kanye West is leaving Los Angeles as soon as possible and heading for the SoCal desert. California criminal defense attorney, Eric D. Anderson talked about Kanye West’s battery case. Anderson stated that Kanye West “faces up to one year in jail for misdemeanor battery and probation up to three years.
The shooting death of Selena Quintanilla at the hands of Yolanda Saldívar is something no one will ever forget. Fans of the Tex-Mex musical icon have kept Selena’s legacy alive for decades by playing her music and sharing it with younger generations. Recently, the alleged infamous 911 call made by Saldívar was made public on TikTok and has gone viral. We all remember the scene in the movie when Saldívar was in her car on the phone with the police. The scene shows a distraught Saldívar threatening to take her own life. The recently leaked audio of the 911 call allegedly confirms the sentiment captured in the movie.
Master P, the singer of ‘Ice Cream Man’, recently expressed his opinion on Michael Jordan’s Nike deal. He said that Jordan ‘built’ Nike and transformed it into what it is now. “If you look at Michael Jordan’s career. Even though he’s a billionaire now. But he had a million-dollar deal, to which I’m thinking what if he got a percentage of Nike back in those days,” Master P said. Because he built that company, turned it into an empire. We was wearing converse back in the day. We wasn’t wearing Nike, was wearing converse and Adidas. And if you look at it, Michael Jordan, he trademarked his name that turned him into a multi-billionaire. But imagine if he had shares in that company. Imagine if he had stock in that company. Imagine if they gave him a percentage for what he what he’s doing.”
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has said, in a tweet, that the expansion of the Sun could possibly result in the extinction of all species on the planet, making interplanetary living a necessity. While this might turn true, Musk said this in response to a paper warning about mass extinction caused by human activity. Musk's tweet came as an unsolicited response to a paper in Biological Reviews titled The Sixth Mass Extinction: fact, fiction or speculation? Robert Cowie, one of the authors of the paper, states that there have been five mass extinctions on the planet so far and a sixth one has already begun. While the previous five were caused by extreme natural phenomena, the ongoing mass extinction is purely due to human activity.
Don’t Ruin This for Me’: Teen Accused of Shooting Former Girlfriend 22 Times Allegedly Begged Her Not to Tell Other Girl About RelationshipProsecutors outlined their case against a teenage boy who allegedly shot his 16-year-old ex-girlfriend 22 times. The victim sustained at least some of the shots when she was on her back. Frank Deleon Jr., 17, previously put a gun to Diamond Alvarez’s head at some point in their 6-month relationship, prosecutors said in court. He did the same to another girl he was dating, authorities said. Deleon shot Alvarez 22 times while she was out walking the family dog Peanut in Houston, Texas.
Tupac’s family is at war over millions of dollars in his mother’s estate, accusing an executor of “embezzling” funds and property allegedly belonging to his sister. Sekyiwa Shakur — Tupac’s sister — and The Tupac Shakur Foundation are suing Tom Whalley, who is reportedly appointed trustee of Tupac’s estate. Following the rap star’s death, his mother Afeni was named as a beneficiary of his estate. Unfortunately, Afeni died suddenly on May 2, 2016 — and Whalley was named as the executor of Afeni’s estate. In the lawsuit, Tupac’s sister says she is the primary beneficiary of Afeni’s estate and should have been given various items and property previously belonging to the rapper. Also, the Foundation says they are entitled to 10% of annual income from the estate.
The four suspects charged in connection with the murder of Los Angeles Police Officer Fernando Arroyos are all affiliated with the Florencia 13 (F13) Latino street gang, police revealed Thursday. Officer Arroyos, 27, was fatally shot during an armed robbery as he was house-hunting with his girlfriend on Jan. 10. Police said the suspects targeted him because of the two silver necklaces he was wearing. Two women and three men were detained by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) detectives for questioning in connection with Officer Arroyos’ death
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the city’s police department and the Civilian Office of Police Accountability each faced sharp criticism Friday in a report about a botched police raid, according to reports. The February 2019 raid forced an innocent woman to stand naked in front of a dozen male officers – and cost the city nearly $3 million in a legal settlement, the reports said. The report by the city's Office of the Inspector General said it uncovered several "unfounded statements" made by Lightfoot and others over the raid, in which Chicago police followed a bad tip to the wrong home in search of a suspect.
An unidentified Mexican has claimed responsibility for the assassination of Mayor Benjamin Lopez Palacios last week in the Xoxocotla area only ten days following his inauguration. Palacios was elected in June 2021 after his brother Juan Lopez Palacios died a week after his inauguration from a heart attack. The group admitted involvement via propaganda banner less than two weeks after Palacios’ January 1 inauguration, putting up a ‘narco manta’ against a gate near a cemetery in Punt de Ixtla.. Media reports say that three men posed as solicitors looking for donations, but soon after fired several shots at Palacios, killing him.
R. Kelly may be in the market for a new set of lawyers. According to CBS Chicago, his current legal team of Steve Greenberg and Michael Leonard have asked the court for removal from his criminal case in Chicago. Greenberg confirmed his request of withdrawal to CBS. If this sounds familiar, it may be because the duo of Greenberg and Leonard attempted to ditch Kells and his New York case back in June.
The teenage girl who died at a Milwaukee Burger King earlier this month was allegedly part of a staged robbery, Fox 6 Milwaukee reports. Investigators believe the 16-year-old girl, Niesha Harris-Brazell, who was fatally shot during the robbery, hatched the plan with her best friend, Mariah Edwards, and her best friend’s father, Antoine Edwards. Harris-Brazell was working as a cashier on Jan. 2 with Edwareds, who was working in the kitchen. According to a criminal complaint, surveillance footage shows a black Chevy Impala driving up to the window. Harris-Brazell goes to serve the person when the driver brandishes a gun and demands money.
The world’s first soft smart contact lens has been validated by InWith. InWith Corporation is a technology company that specializes on ophthalmic and MEMS (Microelectronic Mechanical Systems) technologies.Before CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2022 ended, InWith Corp. announced its new soft contact lenses. The company also said that it would be released to the public. The exact date has not been confirmed yet. Right now, various smart technologies are being created to make people's lives easier. Smart contact lenses are among them, allowing people to have real-time information.
Pooh Shiesty has been denied bond in his ongoing federal firearms case and will remain in prison in Florida, where he's been since July 2021. The Memphis rapper's motion to be granted bond comes after taking a plea deal with federal prosecutors, earlier this month. Shiesty's proposal offered him to undergo “unspecified monitoring, limited visitation, and drug and alcohol treatment,” and put forth a $1,000,000, 10% cash bond. Additionally, his lawyer argued that he "does not pose a danger to the community," and would stay within the Southern District of Florida.