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Trial to begin in 9-year-old's killing that shocked Chicago 

 

It stands as one of Chicago's most horrific crimes, in large part because of small details that are impossible to shake: The promise of a juice box that lured the 9-year-old boy off a playground and into an alley, and the basketball he dropped when he was shot and killed there.

Jury selection will begin Friday in the murder trial of two of three men charged with carrying out the November 2015 attack on Tyshawn Lee, a smart fourth-grader who prosecutors say was killed by gang members to send a message to his father, a purported member of a rival gang.

ABC News

Tags: Children, Court, Crime, Cruelty, Death, Environment, Gang, Guns/Toys, Hip Hop, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Privilege, Terror, Threat, Violence, Waste

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08-Sep-2019


Arizona Man Allegedly Murdered Teen Because He Was "Listening To Rap Music" 

 

In a crime eerily reminiscent of Jordan Davis’ murder, 17-year-old Elijah Al-Amin was reportedly stabbed to death by 27-year-old Michael Adams on Thursday morning (July 4) outside a Circle K in Arizona. The man allegedly attacked because he heard the victim listening to rap music in the parking lot.

hiphopdx

Tags: Attack, Crime, Hate, Hip Hop, Murder, Music, Race, Violence, Youth

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07-Jul-2019


Barack Obama Says People Confident in Their Sexuality 'Don’t Need 8 Women Around You Twerking' 

 

On Tuesday, ex-president Barack Obama and Stephen Curry combined their powers for a town hall event that urged youngsters from minority backgrounds to develop confidence without feeling compelled to build self-worth based on chasing women and money.

The event unfolded in Oakland, and it also marked the fifth anniversary of Obama's My Brother’s Keeper Alliance. Both Curry and the former president talked about challenges they faced in their formative years, while also speaking about broader ranging topics, such as hip-hop, policing in minority communities, discipline in schools, male role models, and manhood.

Obama addressed societal pressures that young people face to act a certain way because of hip hop's frequent portrayal of what it means to be successful. The President's remarks on that subject were described as one of the event's "more humorous moments," as he blended making his point with some shade.

"We live in a culture where our worth is measured by how much money we have and how famous we are," Obama said to the capacity crowd made up of youth flown to the Bay from throughout the country. "I will tell you, at the end of the day, the thing that will give you confidence is not that. I know a lot of rich people that are all messed up."

Complex

Tags: Community, Daddy Squish, Environment, Hip Hop, History, Interview, Leaders, Men In Charge, Representation, Respect, Social Media, Super Daddy!, Talk, Unity, Youth

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20-Feb-2019


Is it OK for restaurants with a mostly white clientele to play rap songs that use the N-word? This man says no. 

 

Several weeks ago I was in a North Side coffeehouse, trying to ignore the usual hodgepodge of music blaring from the speakers, when a rap song came on.

It made me stop and listen. Over and over, it used the racial epithet we euphemistically call “the N-word,” and with each repetition I felt more bothered.

Was this OK? For this racially charged word to be so cavalierly broadcast into this public space? A space occupied entirely by white people? If there had been any black people there, would it have been better? Or worse? Was it OK because the word was being used by a black person?

I stewed over those questions for the time it took to finish my coffee, then on my way out stopped by the counter. I told the barista I thought it was wrong to casually blast that word in here, to treat it, in this space, as background entertainment. He shrugged.

Chicago Tribune

Music should be written for everyone to enjoy. 18-Feb-2019

Tags: Backlash, Environment, Hip Hop, History, Hypocrisy, Idiot Slave Controversy, Judgement, Parental Crime, Policy, Privilege, Representation, Segregation, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Stereotype, Supremacy

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18-Feb-2019


It’s time for a #MeToo moment in hip hop 

 

In the weeks following the horrific revelations made in Lifetime’s bombshell six-part docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly,” the fallout has been immense.

The 52-year-old R&B superstar, accused of alleged sexual and physical abuse with underage girls spanning nearly three decades, has parted ways with Sony Music Entertainment and its subsidiary RCA Records, following protests over his conduct.

But while a day of reckoning seems to be finally at hand for Kelly, the hip-hop and R&B world has yet to truly have the #MeToo moment that has rocked Hollywood, professional sports, the video-game industry and the journalism biz.

Rapper Kodak Black is awaiting trial this April for allegedly pinning down, biting and raping a woman in a South Carolina hotel. But despite such serious allegations, the tattooed 21-year-old “Tunnel Vision” hit-maker is still treated like an A-lister.

NY Post

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Bad Daddy, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hip Hop, History, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Music, New World Order, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Politics, Portrait, Race, Religion, Respect, Sex, Sex Identity, Sex Worker, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Stereotype, Supremacy, Uncool, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women, Youth

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28-Jan-2019


Justine Skye: I Didn't Name My Abuser Because Rap Culture Doesn't Care 

 

Singer Justine Skye's harrowing new music video opens with a disclaimer that it's "based on true events." The video for "Build" is a poignant yet painful look a young woman's relationship with a man who physically and mentally abused her, and ends with a black screen and the italicized words: "United in the fight against domestic violence."

In a Monday interview with The Breakfast Club, Skye explains why she elected to keep her alleged abuser’s identity private, though fans and sleuths have taken a look at her social media activity and speculate that "Build" is about rapper Check Wes, who recently appeared on Saturday Night Live.

Broadly

Drill gang jailed for plotting a machete attack on rivals make NEW violent rap video only weeks after being released

50 Cent Shuns His 'Son' 6ix9ine Following Arrest: 'Call Ya Momma'

Tags: Abuse, Backlash, Community, Environment, Hip Hop, Interview, Music, Prison, Privilege, Relationships, Video, Violence, Woman's Rights

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20-Nov-2018


City Girls Rapper Yung Miami Explains Saying She Would 'Beat' Her Son If He Was Gay: Watch 

 

Rapper Yung Miami, of the rap group City Girls, has made a name for herself as a controversial figure in the hip-hop world. The 24-year-old rapper made comments in 2011 about how she thought Haitians were “black ugly and cheesy” and said in 2013 that she wouldn’t want one of her sons to be gay -- both of which she later publicly apologized for.

But Miami found herself in more hot water on Tuesday (Nov. 13) after her appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, where she doubled down on her homophobic statements. Speaking with host Charlamagne Tha God, Miami was asked about her controversial tweet that said what she would do if she had a gay son. “I didn’t tweet nothing about them [the LGBTQ community],” she said. “I was just talking about my son. I just said that if I saw anything gay in my son, that I would beat him.”

Billboard

Tags: Abuse, Bullying, Children, Choices, Entertainment, Gay, Hate, Hip Hop, Homophobia, Hostility, Lifestyle, Parental Crime, Privilege, Self-hatred, Social Media, Stereotype, Women

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14-Nov-2018


'CAT DADDY' RAPPER Please Don't Bust Me ...
THAT CHICK'S GONNA HAVE SEX WITH ME!!! 
 

One of the guys behind the "Cat Daddy" dance craze got busted in L.A. -- but, the ONLY thing on his mind at the time of his arrest was getting some action from a chick he'd just met ... at 2 AM.

TMZ obtained this video of Jovan "Pee Wee" Clayton -- formerly a member of The Rej3ctz -- getting arrested early Thursday morning by bounty hunters. They told him they were hauling him in for an outstanding domestic battery warrant, but you gotta see the vid.

Pee Wee couldn't care less about the charge, he was laser-focused on Lima, the woman he met on Instagram but had finally just met in person ... right before the bounty hunters took him down.

When they told him they found 3 boxes of condoms in her truck, he fired back ... "I know!!! I was about to f**k the s**t outta her!" His tone changed drastically when they told him she also had a particular sex toy. Just watch.

TMZ

Tags: Celebrity, Crime, Hip Hop, Police, Prison, Sex, Toys, Video

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21-Oct-2018


CARDI B ARRESTED AND CHARGED 
 

Cardi was just officially arrested and charged with two misdemeanors, assault and reckless endangerment. We're told she had a mug shot taken and was fingerprinted. The rapper is scheduled to be arraigned on October 29.

Joe Tacopina, the attorney for the alleged victims, tells us, "She continues to threaten them and clearly thinks her celebrity status is going to get her out of this. But it doesn't matter if her name is Cardi B or Carl B ... if she commits violent assaults she will be brought to justice."

TMZ

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Choices, Crime, Entertainment, Environment, Hip Hop, Hostility, Injury, Lifestyle, Music, Parental Burden, Police, Sexual Harassment, Supremacy, Violence

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02-Oct-2018


WEBBIE
SHAME ON ME? NAH, SHAME ON MY KIDS!!!
It's Open Door Policy Now 
 

Webbie has no regrets about publicly shaming his teenage sons on the Internet after catching them in bed with a girl -- and he says their punishment fits the crime.

The Louisiana MC was on "TMZ Live" Monday to explain what led up to his live streaming his harsh verbal spanking on his 2 sons, their guy friend and a girl. Webbie described the scene he walked in on around 4 AM -- all 4 teens in bed together.

TMZ

Tags: All Rights, Celebrity, Choices, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Family, Hip Hop, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Parenting, Punishment, Representation, Sex, Talk, Training, Treatment, Twink, Unruly Child, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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17-Sep-2018


Azealia Banks takes aim at Troye Sivan in series of Tweets 

 

If you’re not with Azealia Banks 100%, you may as well be against her.

And hey, that’s her prerogative.

She doesn’t make it easy to back her all the time — we’ve covered her many beefs time and time again.

Now Australian pop star Troye Sivan finds himself fresh at the center of her displeasure yet again, after giving a wishy-washy answer to Andy Cohen about what he’d say to her if the two happened to be riding an elevator together.

To back it up, Sivan was asked in January if there are any rappers he’d be interested in working with.

He answered:

“I mean, I was a huge Azealia Banks fan. That all just kind of like went south a little bit. It’s just one of those annoying things where you just want to support [her] so bad, and it just doesn’t work out like that.”

Queerty

50 Cent joins chorus of homophobes mocking Young Buck for hooking up with trans woman

London Club XXL owner's shocking femme-phobic rant provokes 'queer' protest

Man avoids jail after biting off other man's ear for 'looking at his genitals'

LGBT Kenyans hope for court win after India scraps 'gay sex' ban

Among teens, transgender males are most likely to attempt suicide, study says

Christian college stops student from finishing degree because he's gay

Tags: Backlash, Bullying, Celebrity, Choices, Criticism, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Gay Rights, Harassment, Heartless, Hip Hop, Homophobia, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Idiocy, Ignorance, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Judgement, Laws, LGBTQ, Love Cannot Be Enforced, Macho Posing, Manipulation Blather, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Music, Racism, Religion, Reverse Racism, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Sex, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Social Media, Study, Suicide, Supremacy, Terror, Threat, Toxic, Trans, Treatment, TV Gay Swatch, Violence, Waste, Women, World, Youth

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12-Sep-2018


Rapper Socalled made amateur gay porn to celebrate his 40th birthday
He filmed it in his parents' house 
 

Canadian rapper Socalled said he celebrated his 40th birthday by making gay porn.

The openly gay star claimed that instead of a mid-life crisis, he wanted a ‘mid-life celebration’. And that celebration involved porn.

Filmed in his parents’ house.

The star realized his parents were out of town for a month, so he wrote a script with the house as the setting. They’ve now been told, and apparently it’s ‘still sinking in’ for his dad.

The 40-year-old recruited two porn stars for the dad-upsettingly-named film ‘The Housesitter’: Valentin Braun, to play the love interest, and River Wilson, as the main character.

Gay Star News

Tags: Celebration, Celebrity, Entertainment, Equality, Fantasy, Gay, Hip Hop, Inclusion, Nature, Porn, Sex, Tribute, Video Gay Swatch

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12-Sep-2018


Opera Singer David Daniels Accused Of Rape 

 

David Daniels — a much-celebrated artist in classical music — has been accused of drugging and raping Samuel Schultz, a young singer, in 2010. Schultz is also accusing Daniel's then-boyfriend and now-husband, conductor Scott Walters. The accusation was first published on Wednesday in the New York Daily News.

npr

6ix9ine Wants Prosecutors to Use His Legal Name in Houston Case

Tags: Celebrity, Drugs, Employment, Entertainment, Gay, Hip Hop, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Music, Privilege, Rape, Relationships, Sex, Violence, Youth

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22-Aug-2018


Killing spree in London causes music ban 

 

CNN's Salma Abdelaziz visits the family of a stabbed teen, Jermaine Goupall, who claims the murder was inspired by Drill music, a hyper-aggressive form of rap.

CNN

Tags: Backlash, Hate, Hip Hop, Hostility, Inciting Violence, Murder, Music, Representation, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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30-Jul-2018


‘Ride-Or-Die’ Mentality Is Killing Black Women 

 

When I was a young girl, I fell head-first into a sexy, sometimes one-sided but always thrilling love affair with hip-hop. My love for the genre grew a lot deeper when a handsome, young rapper from Queens, New York, came on the scene: Nas.

The first song I listened to was “One Love” from Nas’ debut album “Illmatic.” In this open letter written to his incarcerated friends, Nas gives an update on what’s going on with the woman an incarcerated man has a child with. He raps “Why don’t ya lady write ya? Told her she should visit, that’s when she got hyper, flippin, talking about he acts too rough, he didn’t listen, he be riffin while I’m telling him stuff. I was like yea, shorty don’t care…”

I continued to listen to Nas. ... To all the other implied and direct musical messages that tell black women that our love for our brothers is measured in the depth of our sacrifice. ... To the implication that if we are what some call the “truest type,” then we will support and love our men to a level that may sometimes require us to ignore our own needs or safety.

Huffington Post

Tags: Abuse, Action, All Rights, Americans, Concern, Equality, Girl Power, Hip Hop, History, Inclusion, Men In Charge, Respect, Sex, Sexism, Treatment, Violence, Woman's Rights

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29-Apr-2018




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