Xtrav is being arrested by a plain clothes cop in front of ABC Liquor in Fayetteville, North Carolina, apparently for “trespassing.”
*The day of the video is here and there is hardly anyone getting away with bad behavior.
Well, they may get away with it, but not for long.
We don’t know all of the details surrounding an incident in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where a young man was taken into custody by Fayetteville police after standing in a parking lot waiting for a friend.
But, it appears that he was targeted by an undercover cop (who didn’t immediately identify himself) because he was standing by his car drinking an Arizona Ice Tea talking to his friend on video in the parking lot of ABC Liquor.
The YouTube video that was published April 29, 2013, has garnered nearly one million views. Here is a description of the incident as it was described on YouTube by the publisher Tony Light.
*Maya Angelou is at home in North Carolina recovering after a brief hospitalization. A statement was released to her speaker’s bureau, MacRae Speakers and Entertainment LLC.
Dr. Jeff Williamson of the WakeForest School of Medicine says she’s not allowed to travel for the next three to four weeks. As a result, she had to cancel appearances scheduled for this week at the University of Indianapolis.
Maya Angelou is 85.
*Gabby Douglas has demonstrated strength not only on the exercise floor, but also in the public as she reveled in her Olympic success while critics wrote full columns about her hair.
In an interview with HuffPost Live, she talked about how she managed the stress and negativity.
“I really didn’t focus on it,” she said.
Her thoughts were on the positive things like becoming the first African American gymnast in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion and taking the gold.
Gabby also credits her strength in the face of haters to the discipline she’s learned from gymnastics. Although she does admit that her mom, Natalie Hawkins, wasn’t so cool, calm and collected.
The driveway where Maurice Eugene Edmonds was found bleeding profusely and begging for help for his children after being shot by his girlfriend of 17 years.
*There is no rhyme nor reason to crimes of passion.
Arguments could remain just heated arguments if guns weren’t added to the mix of emotional ambrosia between the heated parties. But, having a gun available gives the incident the potential to end in tragedy.
Sandra Palmer, 47, of Greensboro, North Carolina, applied for a gun permit December 11, and picked it up December 20. Not even a month later, she would kill her son and herself.
According to Greensboro’s Fox 8 report, authorities said an argument erupted between Palmer and her family in the early morning hours
Rick Ross performs onstage at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards at Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center on September 29, 2012 in Atlanta
*The cover art for Rick Ross’ latest mixtape “Black Bar Mitzvah” has run afoul of a gang in North Carolina, prompting the rapper to cancel two shows there over rumors the gang would crash the concert and wreak havoc.
Ross has reportedly riled up a North Carolina chapter of the Gangster Disciples, a gang whose imprisoned leader, Larry Hoover, is referenced heavily in his single “B.M.F.” Ross’ “Black Bar Mitzvah” cover art includes a Star of David design that resembles the six-pointed star logo used by the Disciples.
The gang had posted music videos that some have seen as threatening. Local station WCNC reports that those supposed threats, including suggestions that the gang would crash the concert, lead Ross to cancel his Greensboro and Charlotte concerts with Meek Mill, Wale and Machine Gun Kelly.
It’s the latest problem Ross has faced in the last year after suffering two seizures on airplanes and canceling another date for health reasons. Other Gangster Disciple groups, including one in Georgia, have posted similar videos demanding retribution [watch below] — or, as can be seen in other videos posted on YouTube, some kind of royalty payments for using their leader’s name.