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September 2012

Rapper Killed in Chicago: Chief Keef Connection?

Eighteen-year-old rapper Chicago rapper Joseph Coleman, known as “Lil JoJo,” was shot and killed Tuesday, and the Chicago Sun-Times reports that police are investigating possible connections between his murder, an ongoing gang conflict in the area and a mocking Tweet sent from the account of his rap rival, Chief Keef.

 

Rapper Killed in Chicago: Chief Keef Connection?

Chicago police are investigating possible connections between the 

Tuesday slaying of a teen rapper, a raging Englewood gang conflict and a mocking Tweet on the account of the victim’s rap rival — rising South Side star Chief Keef, sources told the Chicago Sun-Times.

Witnesses said Coleman, 18, was riding double on a bike — standing on the back — when a car pulled up and someone fired six or seven shots at about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Coleman was hit in the back before running to a nearby home, where he later died outside as witnesses screamed “JoJo!” witnesses said …

Hours after the murder, on Chief Keef’s Twitter account, a message was posted saying, “Its Sad Cuz Dat N—- Jojo Wanted To Be Jus Like Us #LMAO.”

LMAO is slang for “laughing my ass off.”

That Tweet drew angry responses among Chief Keef’s 224,000 Twitter followers.

His account later carried Tweets claiming it had been hacked and saying, “If u dnt talk 2 me or dro my manager … it’s not real.”

The 17-year-old, Chicago-born Chief Keef — whose real name is Keith Cozart — signed a record deal in June with Interscope, the same rap label of superstars including Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Eminem and Diddy.

Read more at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Marcus Canty featuring Wale – In & Out

Music video by Marcus Canty featuring Wale performing In & Out. (C) 2012 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Brandy – Put It Down (Behind The Scenes) ft. Chris Brown

Music video by Brandy featuring Chris Brown performing Put It Down. (C) 2012 RCA Records, a divisoin of Sony Music Entertainment

Brandy – Put It Down ft. Chris Brown

Music video by Brandy featuring Chris Brown performing Put It Down. (C) 2012 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Chris Lighty Laid To Rest Today. Funeral Attended By 50 Cent, LL Cool J, Diddy, Lauryn Hill, Busta Rhymes & More [Pics]

 

 

Hip Hop mogul Chris Lighty was laid to rest today in New York City. His funeral was attended by some of the biggest names in the business.

 

50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliot, Lauryn Hill, LL Cool J, Russell Simmons, Maino, Grandmaster Flash, Nick Cannon, Rev. Run, Michael Bivens, Gayle King, Q-Tip, Lyor Cohen, Mary J. Blige and more paid their respects at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel.

 

 

He was somebody that gave me advice,” Brooklyn rapper Maino told the New York Daily News. “I don’t like to see this. I don’t like to see families like this. We’re talking about a legend. He helped artists become superstars and moguls.”

 

 

Lighty was laid to rest in a dark suit, surrounded by arrangements of white flowers. A slide show depicting his life appeared on a screen.

 

According to MTV, Warner Music executive and close friend Lyor Cohen shared some touching words on Lighty during the funeral. Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip also added their personal memories of the man who helped shape their careers.

 

 

Lighty was 44-years old at the time of his death. He leaves behind a wife, 17-year old daughter and 5-year old son.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos from Rap-Up and New York Daily News

 

 

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Joe Budden Breaks Down During Performance Of ‘Truth Or Truth’ Live At SOB’s In NYC [Video]

 

Video After The Jump

 

Joe Budden made his way to SOB’s in New York City for what turned out to be a memorable show. It was the first time Joe would be backed by a live band.

 

During a performance of “Truth or Truth” the Slaughterhouse MC was overcome with emotion when he got to the verse about his 10-year old son.

 

It was a rare moment. Check it out below.

 

 

 

Max B’s Appeal Denied, Will Be In Prision For the Rest Of His Life

On Thursday, in New Jersey Court of Appeals it was decided that Max B, a now 34 year old Harlem rapper who is currently incarcerated for his part in a 2006 robbery and murder of David Taylor in a Fort Lee Holiday Inn hotel room, will continue the remainder of his 75-year conviction.

The rapper, real name Charly Wingate, was convicted after Bergen County prosecutors argued that he arranged for his stepbrother, Kevin Leerdam, and his girlfriend, Gina Conway, to be at the the hotel to commit the robbery.

The targets of the robbery, David Taylor and Allan Plowden, were seen driving a 2007BMW and flashing a lot of money in Harlem during September 2006 – a few day before Max B’s hotel scheme.

Plowden, who was an inmate during the trial in 2009, admitted to obtaining the money from mortgage and credit card fraud.

During the trial Conway testified to being the bait, saying she met Plowden in Harlem and he took her to the Mahwahhotel. After, she told Max B that Plowden had a lot of money and the rapper devised a plan making his stepbrother the muscle of the operation.

The next day, Conway and Leerdam confronted Plowden who was at the time being entertained by a prostitute while staying at Fort Lee’s Holiday Inn.

When they failed to find the money in the room they ordered Plowden to call on Taylor. In a few minutes when arriving to the room, Taylor was shot in the face by Leerdam.

The two only left with a few things like a lap top and a thousand dollars.

Due to her plea deal, Conway received a 15 year sentence.

Leerdam who also got his appealed denied, is serving a sentence of life plus 35 years.

Info via: NorthJersey.com

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