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Tyrese Shoves Female Fan Who Ran Onstage to Suprise Him

Tyrese was caught off guard at his Valentine’s Love Jam set in Detroit when a fan rushed the stage and tried to give him a hug. The famed singer reacted by quickly shoving the woman, who was escorted off the stage by security.

Tyrese seemed apologetic but startled in the video, which you can check out in full up top.

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Trey Songz Takes Plea Deal

It looks like Trey Songz – AKA Tremaine Neverson – got himself into some trouble, and this time it’s not anything to do with Halle Berry! E! News confirmed today the 32-year-old R & B singer, pleaded guilty to not one but two misdemeanor charges of disturbing the public.

Trey Songz Pleads Guilty To Two Misdemeanors

And what did he do exactly? Apparently, his arrest occurred because he wouldn’t get off the stage at the Joe Louis Arena on the 28th of December 2016.

When Songz was performing with other artists including, Young M.A., as well as Lil’ Yachty, organizers told him his time on the stage was coming to a close, so he freaked out.

Sources from the Detroit Police Department claim the singer became aggressive and visibly aggravated.

Trey Songz Pleads Guilty To Two Misdemeanors

He grabbed microphones as well as monitors from the stage and started chucking them off into the crowd.

An insider said to E! News the Detroit Police attempted to de-escalate the situation but the singer continued to snap out.

Because of his actions, he was summarily arrested then taken into custody for the destruction of property and resisting arrest.

Trey Songz Pleads Guilty To Two Misdemeanors

He stood in front of the court the following morning and was released on a bond of $25,000.

Lucky for Trey, he was given the option of pleading guilty and avoiding several convictions.

Trey took part in a plea deal, where the charges of resisting and obstructing justice, as well as aggravated assault were alleviated.

Unfortunately, for the singer, he was sentenced to 18 months of probation. If that isn’t bad enough, Songz has to take classes for anger management and will submit to screenings for substance abuse as well as pay restitution for his crimes. Hopefully, Trey learned from his mistakes and won’t do it again. However, we can’t help but wonder what is his side of the story?

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Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Sued Over Fence Collapse

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are being sued for egging on concert-goers just before a railing collapsed at one of their concerts.

Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Sued Over Fence Collapse

The two artists are being sued by 17 attendees, who claim they were injured when the fencing collapsed during “The High Road” tour in Camden, New Jersey, on Aug. 5, according to TMZ. Snoop and Wiz reportedly yelled “Everybody in the motherf——g grass, bring your a– down here,” just before the fencing broke, according to the lawsuit.

Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Sued Over Fence Collapse

The victims claim that by shouting that line, the pair ignited the stampede, which caused concert-goers to fall about 10 feet onto a slab of concrete. Nearly 40 people were hurt at the waterfront amphitheater event and several people were hospitalized after the collapse. One victim says that he suffered a fractured spine, the gossip site reported. Attendee Katie Colbridge tweeted that the mishap occurred when the duo switched stages. “A pile formed,” she tweeted. “It was when Wiz and Snoop came to the lawn on the smaller stage.”

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NEW VIDEO- Live Performance at Club Moon by VAIN (@ITSVAIN)

Vain performs live at Club Moon in Tallahasee, Florida during Demp Week 19. Rapper VAIN opens up for Yo Gotti with a set that includes his Hit Single “Hello” and showcases him kicking some Acapella Bars to “Money On My Mind.”. Check the Video!!

Judge Denies ‘Stand Your Ground’ Defense for Kevin Gates

A judge on Thursday rejected a motion by rapper Kevin Gates that a misdemeanor battery charge against him be dismissed.

Judge Denies 'Stand Your Ground' Defense for Kevin Gates

Lawyers for Gates argued last week that the charge against him for kicking a fan at a club in Lakeland during a performance should be dropped based on Florida’sstand your ground” law. But County Judge Sharon Franklin wrote that Gates’ kick was not a justified action in response to Miranda Dixon grabbing his shorts twice.

“While a simple act of touching or pushing someone without his or her consent may amount to simple battery, the Court finds that such a minor act does not necessarily rise to such a level as to justify the use of force in return,” Franklin wrote.

Judge Denies 'Stand Your Ground' Defense for Kevin Gates

Stand your ground allows people to defend themselves with deadly force if they face an imminent threat, death or great bodily injury.

In the five-page order, Franklin wrote that Dixon’s testimony was more believable and Gates’ testimony was “troubling in terms of his credibility.” At the hearing, Gates, whose real name is Kevin Jerome Gilyard, described how there was no one on stage with him that night.

But Franklin said a video showed there were at least seven other men and a child on stage.

Judge Denies 'Stand Your Ground' Defense for Kevin Gates

“Defendant testified that he is always scared for his safety at his shows because of death threats he’s received, yet he allowed a very young child to not only walk out on stage with him but allowed this child to remain on the stage for the entire performance,” Franklin wrote.

Franklin also wrote that Gates initially stated that he did not remember being grabbed but later said he was grabbed twice. Gates is accused of kicking Miranda Dixon, 19, on Aug. 30, 2015, at Rumors Niteclub off Memorial Boulevard while he was performing in front of a packed club.

Judge Denies 'Stand Your Ground' Defense for Kevin Gates

Dixon twice grabbed Gates’ shorts before she was kicked. Dixon said on the stand last week that she suffered bruising to her stomach. If convicted, Gates faces up to a year in jail for the misdemeanor battery charge. The next hearing in the case is scheduled for Aug. 25. A trial date has not been set.

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