(Video) Two Found Dead At Reported Chief Keef Marijuana Dispensary; Chief Keef Denies Affiliation

Two men were found dead Wednesday (Sept 23) after a shoot out in a Compton, California. marijuana dispensary reportedly linked to rapper Chief Keef. Police are currently investigating, however the rapper claims he has no connection to the shop at all. According to his management team, the Chief Keef Glo Shop was opened by a fan who never notified the raper. Hit the jump for more.

Hmmm.. So Chris Brown Allegedly Got Robbed For $50K By WHO?!

A few months ago, Chris Brown got his Tarzana mansion robbed while the culprits tied his aunt up in a closet. During the robbery, $50K was taken from his home along with other valuable items. However, it seems that the LAPD has a lead!

(Video) Compton Leaders Push For Peace To Combat Gang Violence

Being born in New York and raised in California, it exposes you to the socio-economic hardship that creates cumbersome issues for urban cities across America. And, films like “Straight Outta Compton” reinforce and reverberate that more monetary opportunities and social programs must be present in combating violence. Without some of these components for a healthier inner-city environment, the community will remain in economic and social grave danger. Check out story for more details and the video.

(Photos) Dr. Dre Apologizes To The Women He Assaulted

In the last couple of days, Dr. Dre has made headlines for his record breaking release for the film ‘Straight Outta Compton’ but he has also found himself in the spotlight after a Dee Barnes pointed out that her and another woman’s stories went untold. After Barnes pointed that out and Dre received backlash from different angles, he has reached out to them to publicly apologize.

‘Straight Outta Compton’ Will Be #1 Again This Weekend…Just Not In Compton

Straight Outta Compton exploded in the box offices last weekend, raking in an unprecedented $60.2 million and landing at number one for its debut. Looks like it wasn’t just beginner’s luck, either, as early forecasts predict they’ll easily take the number one spot again this weekend! The N.W.A. biopic is expected to bring in around $30 million in its second week, as they’ve added an additional 243 theaters in the U.S. to meet exhibitor demand. That brings the total number of theaters to 3,000 now…but zero of them are actually in the city of Compton. And no, it’s not that Compton isn’t supporting their hometown heroes…it’s simply because they don’t actually have a movie theater!

Dr. Dre’s New Album Debuted At #2 On The Billboard 200

After a sixteen-year hiatus, Dr. Dre returned to the Billboard charts last week with the release of Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre. The follow-up to 1999’s 2001 debuted at number two on this week’s Billboard 200 chart, moving an impressive 295k units. Of that number, 276k were physical album sales, while the remainder come from streaming services and single sales. Also notable on the Billboard 200 this week is the sparked interest in Kendrick Lamar and N.W.A. since the release of both Dre’s album and the Straight Outta Compton film. Kendrick’s To Pimp A Butterfly saw a surge in sales this week and jumped up to the number 29 spot with another 12.5k in sales, while N.W.A. continues to jump up the charts with their 1988 release, Straight Outta Compton. In anticipation of the film, the album returned to the charts three weeks ago at #173. Since then, it jumped to 97, and now this week appears at the number 30 spot. With the movie having just come out this past Friday, it’s likely the album will be even higher on next week’s chart. Pretty dope! In the meantime, check out the full top 10 for this week below.

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