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Bobby Shmurda Busted on Felony Gun Charge

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Rapper Bobby Shmurda doesn't just rap about guns, he's got 'em in real life ... and got busted for one in NYC recently.

According to court documents, Shmurda was arrested in the Brownsville area of Brooklyn on June 3. The doc says cops spotted Shmurda showing off the weapon in an apartment and when they went to investigate, he tried to hide it in a couch.

Police eventually recovered a 9mm Glock pistol, and a magazine for it which contained 14 rounds.

He was charged with felony criminal possession of a weapon, says the paper, a charge that could land him 15 years in prison.

Shmurda was doing a nightclub appearance Wednesday night in New Jersey when someone fired off two shots in the parking lot. No one was injured.

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MTV Paying Millions After T.I. Shows Dead Body on TV

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We’ve all had the same thought when Survivor characters battle for a reward or Road Rulers skydive over the Grand Canyon: they won’t show it if someone dies. Apparently one reality series did dare show a dead body on it, and MTV is paying the price.
The show was T.I.’s Road to Redemption and the episode took T.I. to a funeral home where the body of a young man was shown on TV, and the family of that young man decided to sue.
Billboard reports “the claims were invasion of privacy, negligent misrepresentations about the decedent, violation of likeness (even though Williams’ face was reportedly shown out of focus) and interference with the family’s contract with the funeral home.”
From there, the issue became who owed the family the money, Viacom, the company that owns MTV, or their insurance provider, AXIS.
While MTV/Viacom did pay the family, they are now battling it out in court with AXIS. The total sum paid will be in the millions for both parties when all is said and done. Billboard has a lot more information for fans of legalese.
The lesson, though, is don’t show dead bodies on television, which we all kind of knew to begin with.

Lil Wayne Calls Out Hip-Hop Authenticity: ‘Today Everyone Sounds Alike’

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In a sprawling new cover story with XXL, Lil Wayne questions authenticity in hip-hop, raising some interesting points about how things have changed since he began.
“I know I’m authentic because I’m 35 million years in the game,” Wayne says in the interview. “I don’t know where the authenticity is in the game anymore. Today everyone sounds alike, they looking alike, they acting alike, they dressing alike.”
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He added: “I came out when everybody was super different. You had an ODB. You had a Busta Rhymes and then you had a 2Pac. You had a Biggie. And everybody was different. Biggie was talking about Mob and Mafia shit. 2Pac was wylin’, talking about West Coast this and that. You had n—as like Meth and Red talking about how high they got and making people laugh.
“And then now, you got them, them. You got the categories and then everyone falls under it.”
Wayne’s point is easy to spot, particularly since hip-hop has become more of a guarantee to riches and fame, thus making is understandable why rapper would sacrifice some of their individuality to fall into an umbrella of guarantees.
On the other hand, there is Kanye West, Drake, Kendrick Lamar and plenty of other examples of rappers acting as singular entities for which there isn’t really a roadmap in today’s rap world.
But Lil Wayne’s opinion certainly isn’t exclusive to him. Last month, “Bigger Than Me,” The Game’s new song and accompanying music video, called out the new class of rappers, also comparing them to the old guard and claiming they didn’t come close to adding up.