In his book, Greg Kading theorizes that 2Pac was killed by South Side Compton Crip Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, who allegedly received the murder weapon from his uncle and fellow gang member, Duane “Keefe D” Davis.
In a shocking turn of events in the YNW Melly double-homicide case, one of Melly’s co-defendants, YNW Bortlen (real name Cortlen Henry), was arrested on Monday in Miami, Florida, for witness tampering, according to Law&Crime Network’s Bryson Paul.
Suge Knight, an eyewitness to the 1996 shooting of the legendary rapper 2Pac, has announced that he won’t be testifying against Duane “Keefe D” Davis in the murder case. TMZ caught up with Suge Knight over the phone to get his take on recent developments in the decades-old investigation.
Guess what, folks? Meek Mill spilled the beans about his friendship with Drake, and it turns out they’re tighter than ever! Despite all the rumors flying around, these two are as close as peas in a pod. In a recent chat with SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation, Meek Mill spilled the tea. He shared that he…
In the whirlwind world of Hip Hop, few stories have sparked as much excitement as the meteoric rise of Ice Spice. The genius behind hits like “Munch (Feelin’ U)” and collaborations with icons like Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift, Ice Spice’s journey to fame has been nothing short of phenomenal. However, along with fame comes…
Big news: The mystery surrounding 2Pac’s tragic 1996 murder has taken a stunning turn. According to the Associated Press, Las Vegas police have finally arrested a suspect, Duane “Keefe D” Davis. Although the exact charges are still unknown, this marks the very first arrest in the 27-year-long investigation into 2Pac’s death.
Get ready for a big hip-hop party! On October 10, this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards will celebrate So So Def Records, which has reached its 30th anniversary. It’s going to be a lot of fun. a
There’s a new star on TikTok, and her name is @kimmymunch. Why? Because she looks remarkably like the famous rapper Ice Spice! She’s taking the internet by storm with videos where she recreates Ice’s signature poses while jamming to her music.
Tory Lanez, the rapper behind bars, had some words of positivity for his devoted fans in a recent phone call from prison. Despite being locked away for nearly a decade in a California prison, his spirits were surprisingly high, contrary to previous reports.
Tory Lanez, the Canadian rapper, is going through a tough time in prison, and he’s really worried about his safety. He’s serving a 10-year sentence for shooting Megan Thee Stallion, and being a famous person in jail is making things even harder for him.
Usher is set to light up the stage at next year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show, and it’s not just about the performance. The NFL, in collaboration with Apple Music, has confirmed Usher as the headliner for the grand event, which will take place on February 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. But…
French rapper MHD, known for his unique Afro-trap music style, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for his involvement in a violent 2018 incident that resulted in a young man’s death. This verdict came on September 23, 2023. Additionally, five of MHD’s associates received sentences ranging from 10 to 18 years for their roles in the same incident, while three others were found not guilty.
Tory Lanez, the Canadian rapper serving a 10-year sentence for the 2020 shooting of Megan Thee Stallion, isn’t exactly living the high life behind prison walls. According to TMZ, Lanez is in Administrative Segregation (AdSeg) at North Kern State Prison in Delano, California, due to his celebrity status. This means he’s kept away from other inmates, with his own cell and frequent guard checks. Even when he goes to the prison yard for exercise, he’s all alone in a caged area.
Nipsey Hussle, the renowned rap icon and street legend, takes center stage in the debut episode of “Behind the Crime,” a gripping series that delves deep into high-profile criminal cases. In collaboration with Fox’s Tubi and Dan Abrams’ Law & Crime, this show offers viewers unfiltered access to real case footage while dissecting the inner workings of the justice system.
YNW Melly, the rapper facing a retrial in a double murder case, has once again been denied bond. A judge, making this decision on Friday, September 22, has ruled that Melly, whose real name is Jamell Demons, will remain in jail until his retrial concludes.