Jamar Hill, one of two men accused of gunning down Chinx in Brooklyn in 2015, appeared in court on Monday (July 16), where it was revealed that he’s working on a plea deal with prosecutors. Queens prosecutor Brian Hughes revealed in court that they are still working on a disposition.
Hill and Quincy Homere are accused of killing Chinx after he left a performance at Red Wolf nightclub in Brooklyn on May 17, 2015. The two men followed Chinx and opened fire on his new Porsche Panamera 4, hitting the rapper 15 times and his passenger, Antar Alziadi, twice in the back. Alziadi survived the shooting.
Hill is due back in court on September 12, and he, along with Homere, is facing 25 years to life if convicted of the murder.
Ray Emery, 35, drowned while swimming in his hometown. The former NHL player was reported missing in Hamilton, Ontario on Sunday.
The Hamilton police issued a statement on Twitter:
At 2:50 pm, HPS recovered the body of former @NHL player Ray Emery, 35. Emery was reported missing just after 6:00 am in #HamOnt harbour. His body was recovered in close proximity to where he was last seen. Family has been notified. Cause of death to be confirmed pending a PM.
According to ESPN, the official cause of death will be confirmed following an examination.
Harvey Weinstein admitted to offering women acting jobs in exchange for sex, claiming “everybody does it”. The disgraced film director elaborated on the matter during an interview with The Spectator.
“Yes, I did offer them acting jobs in exchange for sex, but so did and still does everyone,” he told the publication. Weinstein went on to clarify that he didn’t force women. However, multiple women have accused him of inappropriate behavior. Recently, he pled not guilty to new charges and was released on bail.
Previously, DMX was sentenced to one year in jail after pleading guilty to $1.7 million in tax fraud. Now, a photo of a rapper during his sentence has surfaced.
In the photo, X looks as if he put on some weight. He can be seen posing with another inmate as well. According to reports, this is one of the first photos that have popped up since the 47-year-old rapper was incarcerated.
YG has been arrested for his role in an assault on a man at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
The Bompton rapper is being charged with felony robbery for yanking the man’s chain off his neck and taking off with it. Unfortunately for YG, TMZ reports that surveillance cameras caught the entire incident including YG taking off with the man’s chain which is considered to be worth between $3000-$9000.
The alleged victim of the assault sued YG back in June claiming that he had his crew jump him and take his chain. The victim is seeking $25K.
Chris Brown denies any wrongdoing.
Last week, Chris Breezy was performing in Florida for his Heartbreak On A Full Moon tour and when he walked off stage police were there ready to handcuff him and take him in. Chris was arrested for an outstanding warrant that was linked to an alleged attack on a photographer from the previous year.
Apparently, Bennie Vines was hired by a club to take photos of Chris who was hosting an event. While taking pictures, Chris punched him in the face but got away before cops showed up. The victim denied medical treatment but went forward with a case against Chris since suffering a split lip. The Blast now reports that Chris pleaded not guilty to the assault. The singer was not in court to preach his stance but the plea was delivered by his attorney who also asked the court to set a date for a “disposition/pre-trial conference.”
Chris apparently paid $2,000 to get out of jail and continue his tour and even hit up Instagram to let his fans know he’s good. “What’s NEW🙄????? Show tomorrow!!!! ❤.”
Chris is set to hit up Virginia Beach tomorrow followed by, New Jersey, Brooklyn and many more for the handful of dates left on the road.
Many in and out of the music industry continue to mourn the death of XXXTentacion. The week surrounding his murder has been a whirlwind with suspects being brought into custody and the revelation that X was going to be a father. Memorial services and vigils have been held in his honor ranging from the more peaceful in Florida to the more raucous in Los Angeles. Lil Yachty decided to give the X fans in Atlanta a space to mourn the late rapper during the service he organized at Centennial Park in the A.
Yachty spoke to the crowd of fans that packed Centennial Park telling them, “Anybody who know me who know my music then they know I’ve been preaching positivity. And that’s what I’ma do, I’ma hold that legacy for X and gon’ keep promoting this positivity,” adding “All that hate, all that envy, all that bullsh*t. We gotta leave that shit in the past. Life is too short.”