Long story short, Rick Ross and Young Jeezy got into a “shoving match” backstage at the BET awards and outside in the parking lot shots were fired between the rivals as a direct result of the shoving match backstage. 50 Cent was allegedly involved as well. No one was killed.
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So after one week of our new song “When I’m Gone” circulating around the internet we managed to get 1400 plays on YouTube and features on 6 music blog sites. Thank you to all of our friends and fans who reposted it on FaceBook and tweeted it on Twitter and all 6 blog sites who featured it on their websites. Special shout out to Chris N and Mike L up at Cloudmusiq.com for their continued support over the past year or two. It means a lot to my team and I and we look forward to watching the site continue to grow as well as assisting in the process. Another site worth mentioning is hdmixtapes.com. Ever since that feature we did with Gudda Gudda at YMCMB they’ve posted everything we sent them with or without a major industry feature. I linked the posts to both sites below as well as embedded the YouTube so you can vibe to the song if you haven’t already.
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“When I’m Gone” – JMIC (Prod. Beattoven)
The photo above is of Jimmy Henchman, the man who just confessed to being the brains behind the Tupac Shakur murder. After being convicted of running interstate drug operations Henchman admitted to being the mastermind behind 2Pac’s murder. Last summer Henchman’s (Rosemond) best friend Dexter Issac confessed that he had led the ambush that killed Pac so I guess it was only a matter of time before Henchman confessed as well.
The reason Henchman confessed was because he was part of a government program that allows suspects under investigation to enter an agreement with the government to confess knowledge of certain crimes under the strict circumstances that this knowledge will not be used to prosecute them.
Its tough to say whether or not Henchman and Issac were really involved, but here’s a lyric from one of Pac’s songs that points to Henchman, “Promised a payback, Jimmy Henchman, in due time. Who knows though, Pac could’ve been talking about anything. They both confessed knowing they couldn’t be prosecuted so for all we know it could’ve been for publicity but either way this does provide some sort of closure for Pac’s friends, family and fans. Long live the legend.
Glad to see Nas still doing his thing. Album on the way and the homie Tim Westwood lets the UK know.
An upcoming show “VH1: Behind the Music: Notorious B.I.G” sheds light on the murders of hip hop’s most iconic stars.
Greg Kading is a retired detective with the Los Angeles Police Department, who spearheaded the murder investigations of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls from 2006 – 2009.
Kading is featured in VH1’s “Behind the Music: Notorious B.I.G” and is the author of “Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls & Tupac Shakur’s Murder Investigations.” The documentary will air on Wednesday, May 2nd.
Based on his investigation, Kading claims to have solved the murders of both Tupac and Biggie and he points at Sean Diddy Combs and Suge Knight.