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MEEK MILL SUED BY VICTIMS AFTER OAKDALE DEADLY SHOOTING

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There has been constant series of unfortunate events in Meek mill’s life for the two years. Crushed in a beef with drake he could not keep up with and the recent separation with long time girlfriend Nicki Minaj, the rapper ends up bagging up another headline concerning last december’s shooting in Oakdale. Two men were killed and another two injured after gunfire erupted outside a his concert in Wallingford, Connecticut few days before New years eve. Grieving, The family of one of the New Haven man who was shot and killed following a show decided to file a lawsuit last Tuesday against the venue and, the rapper.

Travis Ward was gunned down in the parking lot of the Wallingford facility on Dec. 30, 2016 as he was celebrating his 31st birthday with his family. Jaquan Graves, 20, also from New Haven was also killed. No arrests have been made.

2 Dead, 2 Wounded In Gunfire Outside Hip-Hop Concert In Wallingford
Two others were injured including Nathan Mitchell, who also is a party in the lawsuit filed in Waterbury Superior Court by New Haven attorney Joel Faxon. Mitchell and Ward did not know each other.

The lawsuit alleges that Oakdale and concert promoters didn’t provide enough security or take measures to control the crowd even though they were aware other Meek Mill’s concerts had ended in gun violence.

“With song titles like ‘body count’ and ‘oh kill’em’ that praise indiscriminate killing and mayhem, the potential for tragic incidents like this should have been properly anticipated and planned for by Meek Mill, his concert promoters and the Oakdale Theatre,” Faxon said Tuesday.

The lawsuit seeks more than $15,000 in damages. Ward was shot several times and died at the scene. He had attended the concert with family members celebrating his birthday. Mitchell was shot once in the right side.

The lawsuit claims that security for the concert was “grossly understaffed” and since the shooting Oakdale has significantly increased security but “far too late for Ward,” the lawsuit said.

Meek Mill is a well-known rap artist. Violence has broken out at other concerts of his. In both Danbury and Wilmington, Del. there were shootings outside of the concert venue once the show ended.

“The venue security was grossly understaffed and ill-equipped to deal with the hazardous environment presented by any Meek Mill concert,” Faxon said. “A strong police presence was required. They were innocent bystanders who ended up in a war zone.”

The shooting occurred moments after the concert ended as people exited into the parking lot. Ward was apparently caught in the crossfire as shots rang out. Faxon said there was no evidence he was targeted and Ward didn’t have a weapon.

Wallingford police interviewed several people who were at the concert with the victims. State Police recovered several shell casings but no weapons were found.

Meek Mill, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, had been under house arrest for violating probation for the fourth time in eight years for a gun and drug conviction. Mill, who grew up in Philadelphia, lost his father and a cousin to gun violence.

A video posted on YouTube appears to show Meek Mill leaving the Oakdale when a shot is fired.

“Look, there’s Meek,” a male voice says, and then the shot is heard. A security guard approaches the person shooting video and tells him and his friends to get down.

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Lil Xan Pull A Gun & Shout Racial Slurs At Man Harrasing Him With 2pac Comments

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Over the weekend, California rapper, Lil Xan Aka Diego, was confronted by a man who asked about his remarks concerning Tupac Shakur.

According to the video, starting after the harrasing unidentified man ran up on Xan, the conversation quickly escalated as the cameraman taunts Diego into doing somethings : ” you little b***ch. Look at this little b*tch. Do something, homie,”.

In the footage obtained by TMZ, he rapper vigorously responded waving a 9 mm with extended clip and shooting “Get the f**k out, n***a!” as he retreats to his car.

“The media is gonna try and twist what just happened at a gas station,” he wrote. “I was about to be attacked and resorted to having to use self defense. Fuck all you old head ass bitches still talking ’bout that 2Pac sh*t. Live your own life and stop picking on a kid.”

According to multiple sources, Police are looking into it to see if there could be some legal action taken against the 22 year old rapper.

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New Supreme Box Logo Worn by Chief Keef Emerge At MCA CHICAGO

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We had the great honor to walk past a new exclusive piece of art during the MCA CHICAGO.
Virgil Abloh, non-other than the mind behind Off-white and artistic direction of Louis Vuitton, has got himself a little treat with the potentially new release of the "Pan-African" in collaboration with Supreme. 
Parralel to the exclusive orange vuitton capsule, courtesy of LV and Virgil , the "Pan-African" box logo drew his inspiration from the adjective referring to the African community as a whole and the ideology of a political consciousness converging towards the emancipation of the black continent. A direct present/tribute to the African-American culture of Chicago, and put very cleverly pushed by the iconic coiner of the Drill movement, Keith Cozart Aka Chief Keef.

As of the tee, a three tone box logo depicting the PanAfrican flag—also known as the UNIA flag,—a tri-color banner consisting of three equal horizontal bands which have been subjected to a 90 degree rotation for the occasion.

Weither it is a limited edition like the "process" tee of ryan mcginness ... If it could end up to beeing an photo tee shot by Virgil for the upcoming Supreme season ... Or ...

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Skarrss : Meet Norvegian Rapper With The Gang Gang Tattoo

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Everyone wants to know who is the “Gang Gang” face-tattooed rapper from No Jumper’s Adam22 personnal Youtube channel. Where is he from ? Why does he have the Gang Gang tattoo ?

The rope pope has helped launch lots of careers over the past 24 months, and however the latest promoted artists are just bypasser, they nevertheless rouse the public interest. Take a look at Wild Jackpots casino review. Best casino bonuses, offers for new players.

After Jumex which has been labeled as “industry plant” due to his ties with Taco Bennet from Odd Future and his “Trapped” videoclip starring Asspizza.

This time, lets make some room for Skarrss who has clearly a visual impact on the underground music consummers.

While it is cristal clear that they the rapper are a discident branch of the Juggalo family, it surely wasn’t clear for the Rope Pope who has actually interviewed the Isane Clown Posse, about a week ago.

Skarrss hails from Norway and hasn’t disclose his real name yet. He represents for F.O.C. Gang which acronyms stand for Family of Criminals.

FOC Gang anti snitching clothing line campaign againtt drug.

Back in 2017 he launched a clothing brand alongside the FOC gang, called Anti-snitch clothing line, which is not as people might have taught gang related to any motorcycle club. In a Statement he made in January 2018, Skarrss explains that it is more like a family union to combat drug among the youth :


Now WE ON! AND TO HATERS/etc,NO ITS NOT AN MC CLUB 💯
Were more like a worldwide united family\gang. That even has started a donate page so other can help us with one of our main goal and that is showin the REAL truth about drugs to the youth and givin them another opirtunity or lifestyle call it what you want.. so our MAIN goal is to help the youth stop to begin doing/selling drugs. So we offer one free starter «the anti snitch clothing line.» starterpack to sell and then they will understand that they got other choises!!

Skarrss said.

He also showed and received support from Arild Knutsen, Leader of The Association for Humane Drug Policy of Norway for the “Support, Don’t punish” movement.

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