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XXXTentacion Claims He Was Jumped By Migos’ Crew In Los Angeles (Video)

Video After The Jump While sporting a swollen right eye, XXXtentacion posted a series of Instagram videos on Monday, November 13, claiming he was jumped byMigos outside of his hotel in Los Angeles. “Y’all n*ggas p*ssy as f*ck,” he says in one clip. “F*ck Quavo, f*ck Offset, f*ck that p*ssy n*gga … umm what’s he called … Liftoff.” XXX goes on to allege that during the scuffle a gun was pulled. “After all this sh*t I been talking how the f*ck you ain’t shoot me?” the 2017 XXL Freshman continued. “It’s funny how rap n*ggas be rapping about killing n*ggas and shooting n*ggas and...

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Meek Mill Attempting To Have Judge Removed From His Case

Meek Mill is beginning to explore options to get his 2-4 year prison sentence for violating his probation reversed. TMZ reports that the rapper’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, is filing a motion hoping to get Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley removed from the case. He will also be filing an official complaint with the judicial conduct board. Tacopina contends that Brinkley has a vendetta against his client stemming from two alleged incidents. He claims she once asked the “House Party” hit maker to leave Roc Nation management in order to sign with a Philadelphia agent that she knows. In addition, Brinkley reportedly tried to get Meek to record a remake...

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4 Crystal police officers cleared in frisbee golf course shooting

CRYSTAL, Minn. (KMSP) – No criminal charges will be filed against the four Crystal, Minnesota police officers involved in the shooting of mentally ill teenager Khaleel Thompson at the Bassett Creek Park frisbee golf course last May. Thompson was shot once in the head, once in the right side and once in the back on the morning of May 24. He survived the shooting and was released from the hospital July 5. Prosecutors concluded the use of deadly force against Thompson was justified because he put both of his hands on his airsoft BB gun and aimed it directly at...

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Diverse photo shoot sends powerful message: ‘Never be sorry for being black’

Inspired by other photo shoots of black women she saw online, nursing student Sameria Gbieor decided to organize one of her own. The 20-year-old gathered together a handful of her friends and contacted Tolulope Gangbo, an up-and-coming photographer, to help bring her vision to life. The result? Breathtaking photos of women celebrating their unique and diverse beauty. “I was scrolling down my Instagram page one day, and I saw this beautiful picture with four melanin sisters. And I said to myself, ‘I want to do something like this, but with more girls,’” Gbieor, a mother of one, tells Yahoo Lifestyle. The...

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