P. Diddy Wealthiest Hip Hop Artist w/ $735 Million! Dr. Dre Comes in Second

 

Forbes just released their annual list of Top 5 Wealthiest Hip-Hop Artists. Dr. Dre made a run for the crown, but Sean “Diddy” Combs has the crown thanks to his Bad Boy record label, Revolt TV, Ciroc, Sean Jean clothing line and other business. The whole list is below. 

Forbes 5 Wealthiest Artists of 2015:

1. Diddy – $735 million
2. Dr. Dre – $700 million
3. Jay Z – $550 million
4. 50 Cent – $155 million
5. Birdman – $150 million

 

Manny Pacquiao Headed to Surgery 

 
 Manny Pacquiao will undergo right shoulder surgery later this week to repair a “significant tear” in his rotator cuff, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Neal ElAttrache told ESPN.com on Monday night. “We have an MRI scan that confirms he has a rotator cuff tear. He has a significant tear,” said ElAttrache, who was still with Pacquiao at his Kerlan Jobe Orthopedic Clinic office in Los Angeles when he spoke to ESPN.com. (ESPN)


Turk Wins Lawsuit Against Cash Money 

  

A U.S. District Court judge in Louisiana has granted Turk the default motion. The judge will now decide how much money Cash Money and its publishing wing Money Mack will have to pay Turk for past royalties and other profits.

Turk originally asked for at least $1.3 million when he filed the suit earlier this year. He also requested for Cash Money to provide an accurate accounting of revenue made from his musical recordings for the company.

Source: AllHipHop

Mayweather Defeats Pacquiao

  

And still undefeated!!! Mayweather defeats Pacquiao in Mega Fight! Ringside punch stats showed Mayweather landing 148 punches of 435, whilc Pacquiao landed 81 of 429. The volume of punches for Pacquiao was a lot lower than the 600-700 he usually throws in a fight as he tried to measure his aggression against an opponent who was hard to trap.

Baltimore’s chief prosecutor Mosby says Freddie Gray’s death ruled a homicide

  

BALTIMORE —State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby said Friday she has probable cause to file criminal charges in the much publicized death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray who died while in police custody.

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has announced that six police officers have been charged in the death of Freddie Gray.

One officer — the driver of the police van — has been charged with several counts, including second-degree depraved-heart murder. Another officer has been charged with several counts, including manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter.

Two other officers have been charged with several counts, including involuntary manslaughter. And two other officers are charged with several counts, including second-degree assault.

Here is a full list of charges, as released by the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City.

Officer Garrett E. Miller

1) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs,)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment* )

5) False imprisonment (8th Amendment* )

Sgt. Alicia D. White

1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)

2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr.

1) Second degree depraved heart murder (30 yrs.)

2) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)

3) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

4) Manslaughter by vehicle (gross negligence) (10 yrs.)

5) Manslaughter by vehicle (criminal negligence) (3 yrs.)

6) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment* )

Officer William G. Porter

1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)

2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

Lt. Brian W. Rice

1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)

2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

3) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

5) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

6) False imprisonment (8th Amendment*)

Officer Edward M. Nero

1) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment* )

5) False imprisonment (8th Amendment*)

*Any sentence that does not constitute cruel & unusual punishment

Suge Knight Pleads Not Guilty, Bail Reduction Denied

 

The court previously reduced bail from $25 million to $10 million, but Suge wanted a judge to knock it down even more … to $5 million. During Thursday morning’s hearing … the judge stood at $10 mil.

Knight is charged with murdering Terry Carter during a confrontation which was captured on video. Suge claims he ran over Carter in self-defense. 

TMZ

Javaris Crittenton pleads guilty in 2011 shooting, gets 23 years in prison

  

Former NBA guard Javaris Crittenton was sentenced to 23 years in prison and 17 years of probation on Wednesday after entering a guilty plea on charges related to the 2011 shooting death of an Atlanta woman.

The 27-year-old Crittenton — who played for the Los Angeles LakersMemphis Grizzlies and Washington Wizards in a two-year NBA career and is best known by NBA fans for his 2009 firearms-in-the-locker-room confrontation with then-teammate Gilbert Arenas — pleaded guilty to charges of voluntary manslaughter with a weapon and aggravated assault with a firearm. Prosecutors dropped the murder charge against him as part of the plea agreement. 

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