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Bobby Shmurda might be facing some serious legal trouble, after he and members of his GS9 were reportedly arrested in New York City early on Wednesday morning (Dec. 17).
KarenCivil.com reports that the Brooklyn rapper, born Ackquille Pollard, was arrested at Quad Studios near Times Square, and numerous unspecified weapons were seized by police as he was taken into custody.
Members of his entourage, including Epic Records executive Sha Money XL — who signed Shmurda back in July — were allegedly apprehended as well.
MTV News reached out to the NYPD for confirmation, but they wouldn’t comment on the incident at press time. We also reached out to Epic Records, who had no comment.
Rihanna is adding another job to her résumé. The fashion icon has been named Creative Director of Puma.
According to WWD, the 26-year-old will oversee the direction of the sporting brand’s womenswear line.
The singer got right to work, flying to Puma’s headquarters in Herzogenaurach, Germany, on Monday to meet with the design team and pick out colors, styles, and discuss the line’s direction.
She “will work with Puma to design and customize classic Puma styles as well as create new styles to add to the Puma product portfolio,” the company said in a statement.
In her new role, she will also act as Puma’s global brand ambassador, joining Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt and football star striker Mario Balotelli, and star in Puma’s fall 2015 ad campaign.
“Signing Rihanna is a fantastic step for Puma,” said Puma’s chief executive officer Bjørn Gulden. “Her global profile, her charisma and individuality, her ambition—all these things make her a perfect ambassador for our brand. With a strong portfolio in football, running and motorsport, finding an inspiring partner for women’s training was very important. Rihanna was a natural choice for us. We’re delighted to have her as a partner, and we’re looking forward to what’s to come.”
Rihanna has previously modeled for fashion brands including Gucci, Emporio Armani, and Balmain.
01. Pimp C Intro
02. Trill Young Nigga 2 [Prod. By Kydd Jones And Scott Pace]
03. For Da 99 [Prod. By Burd And Keyz And Jordon Manswell]
04. Watch What I Do [Prod. By Sound M.O.B.]
05. Break Yo Neck (Feat. Bun B) [Prod. By Sound M.O.B.]
06. 288 [Prod. By Burd And Keyz And Jordon Manswell]
07. Had Two (Feat. Boston George) [Prod. By Lacemode]
08. Screaming (Feat. Bando Jones) [Prod. By Burd And Keyz And Sound M.O.B.]
09. Gangsta (Feat. Ken Randle) [Prod. By Sound M.O.B.]
10. I Then Came Dine (Feat. Riff Raff) [Prod. By Burd And Keyz, Jordon Manswell And Sevn Thomas]
11. At Da Kappa [Prod. By Kydd Jones]
12. Blow Sum [Prod. By Kydd Jones]
13. Bangin’ Screw [Prod. By Kydd Jones And Scott Pace]
14. U Know What That Mean [Prod. By Kydd Jones]
15. Vent 3 (Don’t Wanna Want) [Prod. By DJ DMD]
16. Tough Girl [Prod. By Kydd Jones And Scott Pace]
17. My Dawg [Prod. By Scott Pace And Kydd Jones]
18. Pray For Me [Prod. By Burd And Keyz]
The talented rapper performs “Be Free” on December 10, 2014. Get J. Cole’s new album ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’ now: http://smarturl.it/ForestHillsDrive
This weekend was not the best for Drake. After being accused of dating Chris Brown’s ex-girlfriend Karrueche, sources confirm that Drizzy got into a fight with Diddy. A witness told MTV News that the two tussled at LIV in Miami, while wrapping Art Basel at a party for DJ Khaled.
While the Internet has begun to buzz about the altercation having to do with Diddy’s girlfriend Cassie, the source asserts that the incident had nothing to do with her. MMG’s DJ Sam Sneaker also took to Twitter with details regarding the fight, alleging that Drake’s shoulder was dislocated, landing him in the hospital:
So far, Drake and Diddy have remained silent about the ordeal. Stay tuned for details as they come.
Rapper Beanie Sigel was shot this morning in Pleasantville, N.J., and was being treated for a “life-threatening injury,” police said.
Sigel, whose real name is Dwight Grant, was found about 9:25 a.m. inside a home on the 800 block of Spruce Ave.
A bullet had hit Sigel’s abdomen and exited through his back, said Pleasantville Chief Jose Ruiz.
Ruiz said investigators were waiting to question Sigel about the shooting. Another injured man found at the home was uncooperative. The second man, who refused medical treatment, was believed to be a friend or relative of Sigel’s, Ruiz said.
“He hasn’t offered anything,” Ruiz said, “and we’re waiting for Mr. Sigel to be able to speak to us.”
Investigators found ammunition and bullet casings outside the home.
It was unclear who shot Sigel or what he had been doing in Pleasantville, a community across the bay from Atlantic City.
Sigel, 40, has had a long history with the law. In 2003, the rapper was charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault after allegedly firing six shots at a nightclub door. Two people were injured. He was later aquitted. In 2005, he served 10 months in prison on weapons counts.
In 2006, Sigel was shot multiple times during a robbery in Philadelphia but was able to drive himself to a hospital for treatment.
In August, he moved to a halfway house after serving a two-year federal prison term for tax evasion. Sigel had been scheduled to be released from the halfway house tomorrow.
Two weeks before he was scheduled to report to the federal prison – and hours after the release of his sixth album, This Time – Sigel was arrested on drug and gun charges during a traffic stop on I-95 in Delaware County. He later pleaded guilty to possessing a controlled substance.
Eric Garner was placed in a fatal chokehold by the NYPD a few months ago. The whole incident, which occurred in Staten Island, was caught on video including an unarmed Eric pleading for officers to stop because he could not breathe. Shortly after the homicide, the NYPD Police Commissioner made a statement saying that chokeholds were against department policy. Today, just two weeks after a no indictment decision in the Michael Brown case, the same decision was made in reference to Officer Daniel Pantaleo’s actions.
Although a federal investigation by the Department of Justice will commence into the case, protests began in New York City at around 5pm. Protestors, including J. Cole, marched the streets yelling, “no justice, no peace” as well as “we can’t breathe.” I was in Manhattan today and from what I saw, the protests were peaceful and will hopefully remain that way.
The hip-hop community took to their Twitter and Instagram accounts to voice their opinion on the case. More below.