A veteran police sergeant in North Texas was arrested Tuesday and accused of stealing new tennis shoes during a drug raid. Sgt. Antoine Williams, 37, a supervisor in the Fort Worth Police Department’s narcotics unit, took the sneakers during a search of a suspected drug house in East Fort Worth on Oct. 16, according to court documents. Two officers involved in the raid reported what had happened, and the department’s Special Investigations Section searched Williams’ Arlington home on the following day, the documents said. Inside, investigators seized four pairs of shoes, including Air Jordans Flint 13s similar to the shoes missing in the drug raid.
Ryan Ferguson has spent Nine years in prison for murder, even though the only two witnesses against him recanted their testimony. 28 years old spent almost all of his adult life in a maximum security prison, for a brutal murder, he and many others now insist, he didn’t commit.Two witnesses now say they lied in testimony that put Ferguson in jail for a murder.But after nearly 10 years in a maximum security prison, the 28-year-old could finally be close to having his conviction quashed.Video after read.
The latest Viral of sway in the morning features Rich Homie Quan. Rich homie speaks of his comparison to future he discusses his relationship status.His new mix tape Still Goin In Reloaded is out now. Sway is also wearing our latest tee the Gamma Blue Metallic Sign Shop T Shirt you can checkout here after you watch this video after read.
Mobb Deep performs some of their greatest hits during their Chicago stop of their 20th anniversary tour. Celebration of their 20 years of being a group, the group is hitting the road for a 17 city tour . Watch video after read.
2013′s Dame Dash is definitely not like 1999′s Dame Dash. In a rare interview with Combat Jack, the 41-year-old entrepreneur chops it up for two hours with his former lawyer, touching on topics ranging from Aaliyah, the old Roc-A-Fella days, his ego, past insecurities, being “broke,” family life, what he has going on today, and where he sees himself in 10 years.
On leaving the music business:
“The music business isn’t really real business. People have titles but they’re all fronts. You’re told that you’re something just so someone else can tell you what to do. Like so many people out here are bosses or suppose to be presidents or chairmans or whatever, and they always have to ask somebody to cut a check. Me, as a boss, I’ve never had to ask anybody one time in my life. I wanna do something, it’s done. There ain’t nobody I gotta ask. I’m the boss.”
“I’m not really trying to be in Hip-Hop at 42 and 3 and looking like the old man at the club. I never wanted to do that. I always wanted to do fashion. I always wanted to do movies. I enjoy business… of being an entrepreneur on every level. But I really enjoy it. Like I really enjoy my independence. I enjoy doing business without anyone’s help.”
On his infamous ego:
“That was a role. Me, the hip hop mogul, that was a ‘thing.’ It was funny to me. Not to say it was a joke but it was a part I was playing 100%.
“I feel like I push people to excellence no matter what and that’s undisputed. So everyone that was around me, the work ethic I instilled and the taste that I gave them, it’s all reflected in a very positive situation for people’s whole lives.”
“I don’t think there’s an issue with him. I just think we took different paths. I’m proud of everything that he’s done and I’m proud of everything I’ve done since then. I feel like I’ve done a lot and I feel like whatever his dreams are, he’s made his dreams come true, but my dreams aren’t the same as his.”
On people thinking he’s broke:
“My quality of living has never been compromised. I got galleries all over the world. I did start Rachel Roy and sell half of it to Jones New York and I don’t see anybody else doing that right now. I’ve done so many other things. I just haven’t tried to advertise it. So I guess people’s perceptions are different but I just don’t care.
“I know some businessmen that are never known for what they’re doing. I know billionaires that rock coach. Everyone that I know with real money is low-key. Me being an authentic businessman, I just wanted to be an authentic businessman. I’ve lived the Hip-Hop mogul dream. Shit is old. You can’t do it past 35.”
“For the first time in 40 years of surveys, a majority of Americans support legalizing pot. National polling on the issue of marijuana legalization began in 1969. While legalization has received growing support since the 1990s, 2013 marks the first time such support reached a majority.
The poll, conducted by the Pew Research Center from March 13-17, found that 52% of the 1,501 adults surveyed favored legalizing the use of pot while only 45% were opposed to legalization. The 1969 Gallup poll on the same subject revealed just 12% favored legalization, while 84% were opposed.” HT
Pic 1 [Mali]: To prevent Islamists from seizing control of the nation of 16 million people and using it as a base to launch attacks on neighboring African countries and the West, France launched airstrikes in Mali in January. Though many of their leaders were killed, conflict continues.
Pic 2 [Apulco]: Drug-related violence which has turned Acapulco into the murder capital of Mexico last year, with more than 1,000 murders reported by Mexican media in the city of approximately 800,000 people.
This list made by Buzzfeed features 10 of the most dangerous places in the world right now.Fueled by the drug trade, ruthless gang violence, poverty, and tremendous political corruption, these countries to lead the world in murder rate per capita as we begin 2013.
See the full list here.
These skaters show some impressive skill and balance. Featuring: Aaron Babila, Roman Griego, Jem Lacasandile, Donald Wright, Dennis Dilliner, Henry Chhuon, Daniel Fort, Andrew Diaz, Kaya Winik, Nick Matthews, Brendan Herling, Trevor McClung, Trent McClung, Taylor McClung, Greg Valencia, Justin Peters, Nico Govea, Nathan Klein, Ryan Hunter, Mikey Sanchez, Auby Taylor, Nate Principato, Adrian Inman, Caesar Bravo, Mario Saenz, Andrew Fiene, Johnny Sevillano, Carlos Lastra, Thomas Blair, Travis Truitt, and Christopher Bell.Watch video after read.
“This stop motion tribute to my 2 favorite old school arcade games is based on actual recorded game footage. The recordings were printed out, one frame at a time, and transferred by hand to various walls around my office floor using thousands of Post-It Notes. The process consumed weekends and holidays for the past 11 months. Changing background scenery was masked out and replaced with 1 consistent frame throughout the animation, producing an eerie stillness amid the moving images on the walls.” Watch video after read.