From his shattered NFL dreams to Tupac and Biggie Smalls, old foes and former friends map the billion-dollar rise and fall of Suge Knight.
National Geographic air a documentary on Suge Knight.
Two correctional officers who work at the Baltimore City jail were suspended without pay Wednesday after video emerged showing them looting a 7-11 store during last month’s riots. Tamika Cobb and Kendra Richard were charged with theft and two counts of burglary, according to a statement released by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS). Investigators DPSCS and with the Intelligence and Investigative Division responded to a tip that the pair had joined in looting a closed 7-11 convenience store near downtown Baltimore on April 25. That was the first day of major unrest following the April 19 death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray.
A day after Summer Jam. That’s how close we were to seeing Chris Brown & Lil’ Wayneperform “Loyal” on stage together at yesterday’s Summer Jam concert. We missed it by a few hours. TMZ reports that around midnight last night, Chris Brown was sprung from jail a little early after serving the rest of his sentence–which was expected to be 131 days, but the judge credited his previous jail stint and his time spent in rehab–stemming from violating the probation his trial with Rihanna resulted in.
Now, the question is. Where will we see that first “Loyal” performance? Expect it to be huge. The Lil’ Wayne &Tyga-featured single bowed out at #9 on the Hot 100 despite the song and video being released with Brown behind bars.