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Kool G Rap Gets Charged With "Shopping While Black"


Hip-hop legend Kool G Rap was charged with stealing a pair of shoes.
According to TMZ, the charge was dropped and Kool G Rap claims it all happened because he's black.
A Finish Line store employee accused him of jacking a pair of Nike LeBron 15s worth about $185.
The employee described a thief in the mall as a black male in his 40s. 
While Kool G Rap was shopping at the same mall that day, he was tracked down by an employee who called the cops on him. 
KGR was hit with a misdemeanor theft. His lawyers say the cops never reviewed the store's surveillance video and if they did, they would've seen KGR never went into the store.
Prosecutors dropped the case but KGR and his legal team are gearing up for a massive lawsuit against Finish Line.

RZA Gets Cops Called On Him For...


RZA had to get rowdy on behalf of an emergency involving his son on Saturday. 
According to TMZ, his son was rushed to the emergency room and RZA became increasingly upset as his son wasn't receiving the level of care he needed.
RZA allegedly became aggressive and started screaming at the hospital staff which caused a supervisor at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to call the police. 
Once the police arrived, they say RZA had already calmed down so no arrest was made.
Although the severity of RZA's son emergency room visit is unclear, sources say RZA and his son are still at the hospital. 

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Announces 2019 Nominees



The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announced its nominees for induction into the Class of 2019.

Nominees include Janet Jackson, LL Cool J, Rufus featuring Chaka Khan, Radiohead, Stevie Nicks, The Cure, Rage Against The Machine, Def Leppard & more.

This is LL Cool J's fourth time being nominated while 6 out of 15 nominees are on the ballot for the first time.

Inductees will be announced in December 2018 and the ceremony occurs on March 29, 2019.

Ain't it about time LL gets into the Hall Of Fame?

Biggie Speaks On 2Pac's Death In 1997 [VIDEO]

Just days before his death, legendary artist Biggie Smalls sat down for an interview with Rap City in 1997.

Watch Biggie speak on Tupac's death and more in the full interview below:

Suge Knight Gets Sentenced To...


After a long-awaited trial and spending 3 years in jail, Suge Knight has been sentenced. 

Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was sentenced to 28 years in prison on Thursday.

Knight was sentenced for the death of a man during a hit-and-run incident in 2015.

The former Death Row Records co-founder had been facing life in prison for Terry Carter's death and one count of attempted murder in the case of Cle "Bone" Sloan.

Knight pleaded no contest to manslaughter.

Wu-Tang Clan Members Go To Space [VIDEO]

RZA, GZA, and Ghostface Killah of the Wu are embarking on "an interstellar quest to spread earthly love."

Watch the Wu travel through the universe aboard the Wu-F-O ship through trials and tribulations.

Plus, fans can ask the trio questions to be answered on the show using the number: 1-833-4-Slider.

 

Nelly Settles Lawsuit With Rape Accuser


Nelly has mutually settled his lawsuit with the woman who claims he raped her on a tour bus.

According to TMZ, the woman named Monique Greene, says Nelly assaulted her with both oral and vaginal sex against her will.

Greene then says she screamed she wanted off of the bus and Nelly threw a $100 bill at her and said "bye-bye."

Nelly countersued Greene claiming the sex was consensual and that she defamed him.

Nelly's lawyers say both parties agreed to dismiss their cases and no money changed hands.

An attorney for Monique says it's true both parties dismissed their cases but disputes Nelly's lawyer's statement that no money changed hands.

Two New Tupac Albums?

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At least two new Tupac albums are reportedly set to be posthumously released. 

Shakur's estate finally settled a lawsuit with Entertainment One after a five-year battle. 

The unreleased music is a part of the settlement in which the estate will receive a collection of Tupac's music. 

Sources say his amount of music is enough for "two, and possibly three" new albums.

Do you want to hear new Tupac music?

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