Peter Thomas Slams Reports He Was Arrested in Connection to Apollo Nida

Peter Thomas and Apollo Nida may have had a strong bond during their time on Real Housewives of Atlanta, but the entrepreneur wants his fans to know that, when it comes to his pal’s criminal activities, he definitely didn’t take part.

This is what's wrong with today's music

We need to go back to actual talent and artist development. Also we need to take the culture back from these people who are controlling the music industry! Hopefully this will happen soon because they our using us to make a mockery out of our culture.

NBA: Former NBA Guard Mookie Blaylock Sentenced For Fatal Car Crash!

The former NBA player of the Hawks and Nets has been sentenced today in trial. He was charged with the death of Monica Murphy, a mother of five, in a head-on collision in Clayton County in 2013. With today’s plea deal, Blaylock was able to reduce his sentence to 7 years versus the original 15 years…Hit the jump for more on this story!

Lance Stephenson Explains Why He Left the Indiana Pacers

The Indiana Pacers went all in trying to re-sign Lance Stephenson including making a movie for him.  They also offered him a five-year, $44 million contract, but the deadline given is what caused him to stray.

How about them Cowboys - Joseph Randle mug shot

Either Joseph Randle is a kleptomaniac or… I don’t know that’s all I could come up with.  The Dallas Cowboys running back was arrested for shoplifting in a Dallas mall on Monday night.

Randle allegedly stole a tester bottle of Gucci Guilty Black cologne and a 2-pack of black Polo underwear from a Dillard’s department store in Stonebriar Centre Mall Monday night.

Michael Dunn found guilty of first-degree murder in death of Jordan Davis

Michael Dunn, the man who shot and killed African-American teen Jordan Davis, was found guilty of first-degree murder in a retrial on Wednesday.

Dunn made national headlines in November 2012 after he approached a vehicle at a Jacksonville gas station that was playing loud rap music. Words were exchanged between Dunn and the teens inside and at some point the 47-year-old pulled out a gun and fired ten shots into the car, mortally wounding Davis, who was unarmed. The gunfire missed the other teens, who were also unarmed.

Tupac's father Mutulu Shakur will be released in April of 2015

Mutulu Shakur will be released in April of 2015.

“Dr. Mutulu Shakur is a New Afrikan (Black) man whose primary work has been in the area of health. He is a doctor of acupuncture and was a co-founder and director of two institutions devoted to improving health care in the Black community.

In March 1982, Dr. Shakur and 10 others were indicted by a federal grand jury under a set of U.S. conspiracy laws called “Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization” (RICO) laws. These conspiracy laws were ostensibly developed to aid the government in its prosecution of organized crime figures; however, they have been used with varying degrees of success against revolutionary organizations. Dr. Shakur was charged with conspiracy and participation in a clandestine paramilitary unit that carried out actual and attempted expropriations from several banks. Eight incidents were alleged to have occurred between December 1976 to October 1981. In addition he was charged with participation in the 1979 prison escape of Assata Shakur, who is now in exile in Cuba (the question of Dr. Shakur being charged with participation when in fact they alleged he masterminded her escape creates the true fact of COINTELPRO).

After five years underground, Dr. Shakur was arrested on February 12, 1986.

Dr. Shakur is the father of six children. His son Tupac was assassinated in 1996. He has solid evidence that it was a continuation of COINTELPRO. The F.B.I., the Federal Bureau of Prisons and law enforcement made every effort to keep him separated from his son Tupac.” –

Sundiata Acoli, Man Who Murdered State Trooper, To Be Released On Parole

A man convicted in the shooting death of a New Jersey state trooper in a crime that still provokes strong emotion among law enforcement more than 40 years later was ordered released on parole by a state appeals court Monday.

Sundiata Acoli was known as Clark Edward Squire when he was convicted of the 1973 slaying of state trooper Werner Foerster during a stop on the New Jersey Turnpike. Now in his mid-70s, he was denied parole most recently in 2011, but the appellate judges reversed that ruling Monday.