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Tekashi 6ix9ine Speaks On Recent Arrest, Denies Assaulting Police Officer

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It doesn’t matter if you have a gold plaque, Police officers are still going to threat your ass like a wanabee.

Yesterday, it was reported that the Rainbow decorated rapper was arrested for driving without a license. He was later charged with aggravated unlicensed operation and assaulting an officer after he “allegedly” grabbed the law enforcement officer’s wristd while handcuffed. Released, the Blicky rapper couldn’t wait to share his thought on what he calls the “corrupted society”as he dubbed his instagram post and addressed his recent arrest.

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Xavier Wulf & Bones take us back in time with Their New “TaintedBliss”

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As of lately the legendary pair of BONES and Xavier Wulf have been on a mission back in time to bring us retro-classic hits.

Inspired by the pop sound of the eighties, both artists are wandering into an entire style of song most human beings would by no means count on them to do so properly in. Starting the music “TaintedBliss” off with “Stranger Things” sounds and vehicle engine roars that inform a story.

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Back and forth they deliver they’re own adaptation of a decades style as if they were pop stars running the industry during this era.

As the vibrant and energy filled parts of the song start to build up they include a saxophone in there that absolutely kills it.

All in all “TaintedBliss” is a masterful track years “behind” its time.

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Supreme Pledges $500K to Fight Social Injustice

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Supreme has announced its intent to fight social injustice and help civil rights charities with a series of donations.

For its first initiative, Supreme is levying five hundred thousand dollars in benefit of Black Lives Matter, Equal Justice Initiative, Campaign Zero and Black Futures Lab. These four outposts represent a variety of programs, like community-building exercises, prison reform and education campaigns, some of which are detailed in Supreme’s post. Supreme also promises to continue investing after this initial push.

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“The Black community has inspired and supported Supreme since day one. This week we will donate $500,000 between Black Lives Matter, Equal Justice Initiative, Campaign Zero and Black Futures Lab.”

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“We stand in solidarity with the fight for justice and equality, and will continue to invest in the community.” the street wear mainstay shared on social media.

Below, watch the immortal Sun Ra collaborator Pharoah Sanders briefly perform on Supreme’s behalf.

“Denying a person’s humanity will turn blood into fire, love into rage, community into chaos. ⁣We stand with everyone seeking justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and all victims of police brutality. ⁣-Supreme.⁣ ⁣” Pharoah Sanders.

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In other news, Supreme shop were target of terrible looting across the states with the late looting of the Supreme Soho Flagship in New York ransacked by over 200 unidentified rioters.

As of their Weekly drop, Supreme has decided to suspend all activity until further notice and has yet to provide any details concerning future releases.

We will keep you updated as the story unfold.

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Bank of America Announces $1B USD Contribution to Help Address Racial Inequality

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As protests across the nation continue, the Bank of America has announced a $1 billion USD contribution to help local communities address economic and racial inequality.

In a press release, the second-largest American bank revealed a four-year commitment of additional support for people and communities of color that have experienced a greater impact from the ongoing health crisis.



“Underlying economic and social disparities that exist have accelerated and intensified during the global pandemic,” said CEO Brian Moynihan. “The events of the past week have created a sense of true urgency that has arisen across our nation, particularly in view of the racial injustices we have seen in the communities where we work and live. We all need to do more.”

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