Happy Father’s Day Homies

I don’t care if you are the BEST father or just doing the BEST that you can I still salute you! Growing up with a part-time dad added to the pain of life for me and I just couldn’t abandon my children. Times were hard over the years but I wouldn’t trade being a Father for anything! Father me enjoy your day! God bless

Zonnique  Pullins, Tiny’s Daughter, Busted for Carrying Loaded Weapon at Airport

Tameka Harris‘ daughter Zonnique Pullins, was arrested for carrying a concealed handgun though airport security last night. Pullins is rap mogul T.I.‘s stepdaughter.

According to CBS News Atlanta, Pullins, 20, was arrested at 10 p.m. Thursday. She was released at 2 a.m. Friday morning.
Sources say Pullins, affectionately known as “Niq Niq” to family, “forgot” the loaded weapon was in her luggage.
Pullins appeared on VH1’s reality TV show T.I. & Tiny’s Family Hustle. She is best known as the lead singer of the now defunct girl group OMG Girlz.


When the streets talk, he listens. Where a crime scene has already been picked over, he can see things everyone else missed. Meet homicide detective Garry McFadden, the focus of Investigation Discovery’s all-new original series I AM HOMICIDE. After nearly three decades with the Charlotte Police Department, Det. McFadden has solved more than 700 homicide cases, resulting in a 90-percent success rate with the investigations he pursues. But his work doesn’t stop at protecting and serving the community of Charlotte. Chances are that when a call comes in, he knows the victim, the family, or even the perpetrator, because he has made it his mission to be one with the people of Charlotte, operating his investigations out of a local diner instead of the police precinct so he can truly get to know residents across the city and gain their confidence. Det. McFadden uses his street smarts to work the neighborhood networks and gather critical information for leads, at times risking his life by trusting the streets he calls home. I AM HOMICIDE world premieres Tuesday, June 14 at 10/9c only on Investigation Discovery. 

During each one-hour episode, Det. McFadden opens his case files to reveal how his unorthodox investigation methods helped solve one of the most precarious cases of his career. Using recreations, archival footage and revisiting the scenes of his most renowned cases, McFadden will take you behind the curtain on the cases that not only defined his career but the community he lives in. He will go anywhere, talk to anyone, and follow any lead with or without backup assistance – all the while wearing the best suits in town. And, after thirty-five years on the force, retirement be damned, he shows no signs of slowing down. 
Fans can also take a deeper dive each week when Investigation Discovery’s top-rated podcast, DETECTIVE, returns for an all-new season featuring Det. McFadden. In each weekly installment of DETECTIVE, McFadden goes into detail about topics including his decorated career, cases that haunt him today, the legacy he wants to leave in Charlotte and his belief that community-based policing could diffuse contentious relations between law enforcement and the people they vow to protect.

UPDATE: 50 dead, 53 hospitalized in mass shooting at gay nightclub in Orlando

What we know

A gunman opened fire inside Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., killing approximately 50 people and leaving 53 others hospitalized in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.

The gunman, who was carrying an assault-style rifle, handgun and possibly an explosive device, is dead after exchanging fire with officers at 5 a.m. He had taken hostages after trying to flee.

The FBI is treating the shooting as an act of terrorism.

The suspect was identified as Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old U.S. citizen whose family is believed to be from Afghanistan. Federal officials are investigating Mateen’s possible ties to radical terror organizations.

Witnesses at the club described a chaotic scene.

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer declared a state of emergency as officials throughout the state asked the public for blood donations.

Rocko Sues Future for $10 Million 

According to reports, Rock sued Future citing a 2011 contract he believes Future breached. He says the deal was for Future to make his first six albums with Rocko’s A1 record label. Epic Records signed on to distribute the albums and Future allegedly cut a side deal with the label, which scored him a multi-million dollar advance.
Rocko claims that Future stiffed him for 25%, the commission he’s owed off those Epic advances and he says he’s owed 20% of Future’s earnings from touring and endorsements. Grand total: About $10 million.


Bounce TV will celebrate the incredible life of Muhammad Ali, the global icon who passed away Friday at the age of 74, with a special presentation of The Greatest, the 1977 motion picture in which Ali stars as himself, tomorrow, June 6 at 10:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 p.m. CT.
The Greatest is a dramatization of Ali’s life and starts with his rise to fame winning the heavyweight gold medal at the 1960 Olympic Games, when he was known as Cassius Clay. He then stuns Sonny Liston to become heavyweight champion of the world and soon after converts to Islam and changes his name.
When he is suddenly classified 1A by the Draft Board that earlier rejected him, Ali refuses the draft on religious grounds, which leads to the stripping of his title. Embarking on — and ultimately winning — a nearly four-year long court battle, Ali then returns to the ring and takes part in what many consider some of the greatest fights of all time. Against all odds, he defeats George Foreman in the legendary “Rumble in the Jungle” to win back the heavyweight title.
The Greatest was based on a book written by Ali and others and the boxing footage is largely from the actual fights. The film includes the song The Greatest Love of All, written for the movie and performed by George Benson. It was later remade by Whitney Houston.

Muhammad Ali on Life Support! Doctors Warned Family the “End is Near”

Muhammad Ali is flocking to his hospital bedside today as doctors fear that the end is near for the boxing legend.
According to a Mirror report, Ali is currently in intensive care after being admitted to the hospital in what was said to be “fair condition” yesterday. Bob Gunnell, an Ali family spokesman, said in a statement on Thursday that “A brief hospital stay is expected. At this time, the Muhammad Ali family respectfully requests privacy.”

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