Soulja Boy Reportedly Accused of Kidnapping & Assaulting a Woman


TMZ reports that Soulja Boy has been accused of assaulting and kidnapping a woman this past weekend. According to the outlet, his manager has denied all of the claims.

A woman named Kayla alleges that while she was dating Soulja Boy, he told her to leave his home in Agoura Hills early on the morning of February 2 following an argument and confrontation with his assistant that then turned physical. Sources who claim to be linked to the accuser that her exit “agitated” the rapper’s assistant after she reportedly hit a curb with her car when reversing down the driveway which lead to the fight between them.

Kayla claims that Soulja jumped in, punched, and kicked her while she was on the ground before taking her inside his garage and tying her to a chair with an extension cord where she was held for six hours. The morning after she was released, Kayla reportedly called the police and went to the hospital to get treated for her alleged injuries. She was discharged later that night and claims that she three fractured ribs and suffered from a concussion.

The claims reported by TMZ remain unverified, but Soulja’s manager told the site that although he has not been able to contact his client, he is confident that the claims are a bunch of “BS.” Soulja’s manager assures that Soulja “always calls me if there’s any problem, and he did not call,” in the wake of TMZ‘s report. Furthermore, authorities have confirmed to TMZ that they have received a report, but did not reveal the complainant or defendant citing an “ongoing investigation.”

Rapper C-Murder Denied Retrial Despite Recantations by Two Witnesses


No Limit Record rapper C-Murder, born Corey Miller, has been denied a retrial in connection to his conviction for the murder of 16-year-old fan Steve Thomas at a nightclub.

Miller, the younger sibling of rapper Master P, is currently serving a life sentence in the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola after a jury voted 10-2 to connect him in August of 2009.

The denial comes after two eyewitnesses, Kenneth Jordan and Darnell Jordan, recanted their sworn testimonies. Jordan and Jordan share no relation.

In a sworn affidavit filed in New Orleans’ 24th Judicial District Court, Kenneth Jordan stated he knew that he knew “the individual that I saw shoot the gun was not Corey Miller,” according to records. Jordan also claimed that detectives pressured him to lie under oath, threatening him with criminal charges of his own.

Kenneth Jordan’s affidavit also states he saw another hooded man with a dark complexion shoot Thomas.

“He was really their star witness at the second trial. Without him, him they don’t get a conviction,” said Miller’s attorney Paul Barker.

In a handwritten letter filed with the district court a week after Kenneth’s confession, Darnell told authorities he was “certain that Corey Miller did not shoot Steve Thomas.” Darnell said he had been tricked into testifying against Miller.

Thomas was beaten and shot in January of 2002 during an altercation outside of the now-closed Platinum Club.

According to New Orleans’ The Advocate, Judge Steven Enright ruled that last year’s reactions failed to meet the burden of proof for post-conviction relief.

“A new trial should not be granted on the basis of a recantation,” Enright wrote in his decision, “because it is tantamount to perjury so as to discredit the witness at a later trial.”

According to Enright, Darnell, who was working as a security guard on the night of the shooting, told a detective he saw Miller shoot. Though his story changed in subsequent interviews with investigators, he ultimately returned to his initial account of the night’s events.

“This testimony goes against petitioner’s claim that Darnell Jordan was tricked into testifying as he did,” Enright wrote.

Nas – Adam and Eve (Official Video)


Nas is back with Mass Appeal and this video for his song, Adam and Eve

J. Cole – Middle Child (Official Audio)


Tupac Shakur rape victim gives VladTV interview


Russell Simmons on 50 cent pulling an Uzi on Suge Knight


Eminem – “Kick Off” (Freestyle)


 

Shot on location at The Shelter at St. Andrew’s in Detroit, Michigan Kamikaze is out now: http://shady.sr/Kamikaze

Young Thug Sued for Over $115,000 USD in Jewelry Debt


It’s been a rough month for Young Thug, who after having just returned to jail for failing a drug test is now being sued for six-figure jewelry debt.

Merely weeks after his most recent release from jail, the Atlanta rapper was hit with a lawsuit from Icebox Diamonds & Watches for an outstanding jewelry bill of $115,090 USD. According to AJC, the company claims that Thug was given over $200,000 USD worth of jewelry — including a $30K USD Rolex, $20K USD Cartier bracelet, $30K USD diamond wallet chain and $6,500 USD gold clasp — in the period of May 2017 to May of this year. Icebox says they only received $95,000 USD from the rapper.

The company sent a letter to Thug on October 16 demanding the money owed. “We told him if he did not respond, or at least get back to us to discuss the debt, within 30 days, we would sue him,” said Icebox’s attorney. Icebox is now seeking a total of $365,000 USD, which covers the outstanding balance plus an addition $250,000 USD in punitive damages and legal fees.

Blac Chyna is the face of a new skin whitening cream, will be marketed to Nigeria


Blac Chyna‘s latest beauty endorsement deal is sparking backlash.

The Instagram star, 30, has partnered with Whitenicious by Dencia on a $250 skin-brightening lotion housed in a Swarovski crystal-encrusted jar.

According to the brand’s website, the Whitenicious x Blac Chyna Diamond Illuminating & Lightening Cream “gives a brightening glow for younger-looking skin” and “brightens and lightens without bleaching skin out.”

But Blac Chyna’s fans quickly took to Twitter to call out the star for promoting European beauty standards to her predominantly black audience — and took particular issue with the fact that the star plans to plug the product in Lagos next weekend.

“I really wish that African folks would love their dark skin and stop bleaching to be lighter,” one social media user wrote. Added another, “Blac Chyna is having a skin bleaching party in Nigeria. How very problematic!”

But others pointed out that the star isn’t to blame for institutionalized colorism. “Ok, skin lightening didn’t start with Blac Chyna,” one person tweeted. “I know for some of you, she may be an easy target, but we need to get to the root of the problem… how darker skinned black people have been conditioned to hate their complexion.”

Chyna has yet to respond to the controversy and did not immediately return Page Six Style’s request for comment. She did, however, hide the comments section of her Instagram post promoting her upcoming event with Whitenicious.

Blac Chyna is the face of a new skin whitening cream, will be marketed to Nigeria


Blac Chyna‘s latest beauty endorsement deal is sparking backlash.

The Instagram star, 30, has partnered with Whitenicious by Dencia on a $250 skin-brightening lotion housed in a Swarovski crystal-encrusted jar.

According to the brand’s website, the Whitenicious x Blac Chyna Diamond Illuminating & Lightening Cream “gives a brightening glow for younger-looking skin” and “brightens and lightens without bleaching skin out.”

But Blac Chyna’s fans quickly took to Twitter to call out the star for promoting European beauty standards to her predominantly black audience — and took particular issue with the fact that the star plans to plug the product in Lagos next weekend.

“I really wish that African folks would love their dark skin and stop bleaching to be lighter,” one social media user wrote. Added another, “Blac Chyna is having a skin bleaching party in Nigeria. How very problematic!”

But others pointed out that the star isn’t to blame for institutionalized colorism. “Ok, skin lightening didn’t start with Blac Chyna,” one person tweeted. “I know for some of you, she may be an easy target, but we need to get to the root of the problem… how darker skinned black people have been conditioned to hate their complexion.”

Chyna has yet to respond to the controversy and did not immediately return Page Six Style’s request for comment. She did, however, hide the comments section of her Instagram post promoting her upcoming event with Whitenicious.