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600 Cartel Artist Chaboki Was Released from Jail Yesterday

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Chicago based rapper and 600Cartel artist Chaboki was released from jail yesterday after serving 15 weeks inside.

The ‘Bring Em Out’ rapper was charged with aggravated battery after being arrested alongside former Glo Gang producer 12Million (formerly known as 12Hunna). He was arrested last October for an alleged incident where a man was beaten with “a brick and fists” and hit with a car.

The incident was alleged to have taken place last year (2016) on September 15 at the Gas Depot at Lake and Milwaukee avenues in the Chicago suburb of Glenview, Illinois. According to court documents, 12Million (who’s real name is Michael B. O’Brien) is alleged to have hit a man in the leg with his car before exiting the vehicle and hitting him “with a brick”.

Chaboki was allegedly riding in the passenger seat of the car, and is said to have yelled “You’re lucky we didn’t kill you” before getting out and also punching the man himself. Glenview Deputy Police Chief Stefan Johnson claimed that the victim and Chaboki/12Million knew each other and alleged there was “some kind of beef between them”.
Chaboki announced his release on his social networking pages, see the posts above.

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Lil Pump & Smokepurpp Are Leaving Xanax In 2017

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It looks like Lil peep’s death worked at full capacity and successful rapper are starting to clean their act.

In fact, just 6 weeks after his death, major artists and upcoming acts have took a stand in the anti-Xan campaign. Today it’s Rap superstar Lil Pump took it to social medias to address that he will not take Xanax anymore. In different statement, people reported that Pump’s taste for the benzodiazepine drug was overwhelming and that he could pop, up to ten Xan a day.


Longtime friend and collaborator SmokePurpp also took the stance to say he will leave the drug in 2017. Travis Scott also commented on Purpp’s decision to leave this bad habit behind him. SmokePurpp has been signed to his Cactus Jack Record imprint since September 2017.

The rap-popularized narcotic was tied in the recent death of 21-year-old rapper Lil Peep after the manufactured drug was laced with Fentanyl. There is no official conviction to this day, but a young women of the name of Mariah Bons was tied to the event and Federal Agencies are currently investigating the case.

 

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Yung Berg Busted for Weed & Jailed After 9-Year-Old Warrant

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Yung Berg was jailed on a 9-year-old warrant.

Yung Berg was arrested back in October during the BET awards, after a a woman called the police and claimed he unwantedly wrapped his arms around her. when cops arrived at Christian’s hotel room, they found 2 rolled marijuana blunts which would not have resulted in his arrest. Following their intervention, Police officers ran his record and found that the rapper missed a court date from 2008 for another weed bust and was according to reports, later released.

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Rapper Yung Berg, also known as Christian Ward, which has been in the past year as a producer for household names in the industry was last seen at New York City Supreme Court on January 29, 2015, arrested for alleged domestic assault on his girlfriend at a NYC hotel on November 5, 2014. He was prosecuted for grabbing co-star and girlfriend Masika Tucker by the neck and beating her.

The rapper was later fired from the VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop Hollywood due to the severity of the allegations.

We will keep you updated as the story develops.

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Rumors of a Supreme x Rolex Collaboration Spread On the Web

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Rumors spread on the web of a possible Supreme x Rolex Collaboration for 2018.

After the release of their most anticipated drop of the year and the last chapter to their FW17 collection dropping Thursday, Supreme bags headlines once again as rumors spread that they are in talk with Rolex for a 2018 collaboration. However, according to SC, a Rolex PR/Sponsoring representative currently denies a collaboration.

As for their first attempt to do unauthorized Louis Vuitton items, Supreme took the liberty to customize Submariners that boasts the “F**K EM” slogan back in 2013. The unauthorized limited edition wristwear was rumored to have been only a friends and family release, with just 20 units being produced selling for between $10,000 and $12,000 which were last seen for $50,000 on Stadium Goods in December 2015.

While this is a venture The Carlyle Group would be keen to see happening, there is no actual proof of such a collaboration but the streetwear mainstay has always kept its cards well-hidden and so who knows.

We will keep you updated as the story develops.

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