I have lost track of how many of these stories i have posted just this week alone smh. This was a sting operation to buy guns from Eric Harris by the police he notices he is being set up just watch what happens after.
Cop waiting for him to come to the car
The long wait has finally come here is the first episode. Killa is a fool for this Cousin Bang delivers as usual and episode 2 looks like it’s heating up. be sure to D/L First of the month mixtape out now at datpiff. Check out his new visual from the mixtape he released as well.
This video is for all the gun collectors, Call a Duty Players & curious people in general. You have the right to bare arms so its only right to know whats all available to you because options is a beautiful thing. The guy in the video Ronnie Barrett invented the .50 caliber Barrett M82 over 30 years ago. Ronnie now gives us the M107A1 which just happens to be legal in most states and still used by the military, law enforcement and civilians with in a higher tax bracket. Overall its worth checking out.
This is the first 3 episodes of the 8 part series done by Thomas Morton & Noisey. There have been a few recent documentaries highlighting Chicago such as The Field by WSHH , Fly Glory by @DatKnockDesign.
This is JoJo’s story it is another really good documentary by DatKnockDesign very well detailed look into his brief career and it is worth checking out.
This song below by JoJo was a major spark to the beef
This is a 3 part documentary it’s a few months old but it’s worth checking out. It features many up & coming Chicago artists. You may know a few such as Chief Keef , Lil Reese & Lil Durk. It also goes into the Lil JoJo story as well as various other murders in the Chicago gang violence culture over the past few years that sparked some of these beef’s it’s pretty detailed and worth checking out.
In Memphis’s Forrest Park, there’s a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest, one of the most infamous and powerful racists in American history. Lately it’s been at the center of the city’s often shaky race relations. In This 4 part series KKK members along with crips members discuss there response to the statue possibly being removed.
T.I., Clifford J. Harris Jr, was sent back to prison Thursday after he showed up at a halfway house in Atlanta in a luxury bus with an entourage. He was sent to a federal prison in downtown Atlanta to continue serving his sentence on a parole violation a day after it was announced he had a book deal and a television reality show lined up with VH1. Federal authorities did not say why they had decided that T.I. will remain in a cell. His lawyer, Steven H. Sadow, said they had taken issue with “T.I.’s method of transportation” from Forrest City, a low-security prison in Arkansas, to the Dismas House in Atlanta. “We don’t comment on specific inmate behaviors,” said Chris Burke, a spokesman for the Bureau of Prisons. He said T.I., who is 30 and a native of Atlanta, would be released Sept. 29. In 2009 T.I. was convicted of trying to buy unregistered guns and silencers from undercover federal agents and served about seven months in prison before being released on probation. He was arrested again in September 2010 in Los Angeles on drug charges after the authorities said he had been found with four ecstasy pills, and he received an 11-month sentence from a judge for violating his probation.