C-Murder Is Currently Under Investigation For Recording Songs While In Prison

C-Murder, who is currently in prison for killing a teenager back in 2002, is currently under investigation after authorities suspect he has been recording music while behind bars. Last week, the rapper dropped a video for a new single. He has a album coming out in April called, “Penitentiary Chances.”

(Video) Kellogg Says A Criminal Investigation Is Underway After A Video Surfaces Of A Man Urinating On Their Factory Assembly Line

Kellogg says that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will soon be conducting an investigation after a video surfaced of a man urinated on a Kellogg cereal conveyor belt as food was coming down.The company immediately alerted authorities after they found it.

Police Seek Future’s Help Following The Murder Of His Bodyguard

UPDATE: Future knows nothing. Sources say, although the rapper is deeply saddened by his former bodyguard’s death, he is unable to give any information because they haven’t worked together since 2012. According to TMZ, while he knows nothing, Future refuses to tell the police that. He just … doesn’t know. Street code of ethics? ORIGINAL: Monday, we reported the sad news that Atlanta rapper Future’s bodyguard was gunned down in his home. According to reports, Michael Tanner Phillips was shot and killed inside of his Jonesboro, Georgia home around 1:30PM. The gunman, who fled the scene in a vehicle still remains unidentified and police are now turning to Phillips close family and friends to try and get clues on who the suspect could be. At this point authorities say that neighbors heard “some arguing and some gunshots.” Georgia police, who do not have any suspects, but do have several leads have requested to talk with Future along with other close with Phillips. Future paid his respect to Phillips in a tweet saying, “Rest in Paradise Big Mike Lafamilia forever lil bro #FBG.” Click the gallery for more.

Officer Involved In Tamir Rice Shooting Releases Statement: “I Saw The Weapon In His Hands”

Back in October, Cuyahoga County prosecutors announced that experts, Kimberly A. Crawford, Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI and S. Lamar Sims, Senior Chief Deputy District Attorney in Denver, found the shooting death of Tamir Rice, 12, was “objectively reasonable.” Here we are in December, and the investigation continues to roll on with the looks of things swaying in the officers’ favor. Prosecutor Timothy McGinty reveals that the next step in the legal process is for the grand jury to decide whether or not to charge the two officers involved; Officer Timothy Loehmann, the actual shooter, and Frank Garmback, and officer in training. “The investigation is continuing and ultimately the grand jury will make its decision based on all the evidence,” McGinty said in a statement Tuesday. The prosecutors has released statements from officers. Hit the jump for more.

Police Investigating Sean Kingston’s Claim He Was Kidnapped Over His Watch

LAPD are currently investigating an incident reported by Sean Kingston. According to Kingston, after several disputes with jeweler over the value of a watch, he was kidnapped (by the jeweler), driven to a remote location and then dumped out of the car. Read more below.

(Video) Azealia Banks Under Investigation For The Alleged Beating Of A Security Guard

Where there’s trouble, there’s Azealia Banks. The rapstress is currently under investigation for the alleged beating of of a security guard to booted her from a club in LA last month. The entire altercation was captured on video by security cams and now LAPD has opened a criminal battery investigation. Read more below.

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