Breaking: Soulja Boy aka Big Draco charged with Felony Gun Possession

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Who says Big Soulja ain’t from the hood? Let’s just say the fight with Chris Brown is probably over and he needs to focus on keeping his freedom. This also puts to rest (ironically from TMZ )that the guns were fake.

via TMZ

Soulja Boy is now facing a felony for the guns police found in his house during his December arrest … TMZ has learned.
The L.A. County D.A. just slapped him with 2 felonies — possession of an assault weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm. He was also charged with a misdemeanor for receiving stolen property … cops say one of the guns in Soulja’s house was reportedly stolen from a cop car.
The assault weapon charge is for a Mini Draco AR-15 … which is illegal for anyone to possess in California.
If convicted Soulja could face more than 4 years in prison.

[video] Mayweather sentenced to 90 days for Domestic Abuse

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Floyd was sentenced to 6 months in jail, but 3 months of that sentence was suspended.  He also gets 3 days credit for time he has already served.
TMZ broke the story … the boxer was arrested in September 2010 — after his ex-girlfriend accused him of striking her “multiple times in the head with his fist” and then threatening to kill her.

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Mayweather Quits Boxing?, Throws Fake $100’s In Club…

Source : Sandra Rose


Floyd Mayweather presence in the media has certainly risen over the last couple of months. After a decisive win over Brit Ricky Hatton and a much hyped WWE match with Big Show and tabloid stories of his love life, we know a lot more about today’s best pound for pound fighter. In a recent interview on ATL radio station Hot 107.9 he speaks on possibly retiring, NFL star Reggie Bush, and handing out thousands of dollars at Club Pure in Atlanta.

Floyd Mayweather on Hot 107.9 5/15/08 (Part 1)
Floyd Mayweather on Hot 107.9 5/15/08 (Part 2)

Now after his appearance at the club, Sandra Rose is reporting that he made it rain with fake 100 hundred dollar bills. Read the scoop below:

My photographer Freddy O was almost arrested at a gas station this morning after trying to pay for gas with one of the counterfeit $100 bills that boxer Floyd Mayweather tossed in the air at Club PURE last night.

According to Fred (and several others in attendance) Mayweather’s “boys” were handing him the stacks of hundreds.

There is speculation that one of his “boys” switched out the real hundreds for the counterfeit hundreds and kept the real cash for himself. I would be inclined to believe that maybe Floyd didn’t know what his boys were doing, except that this has happened before!

Some club patrons in Las Vegas also complained about Mayweather tossing counterfeit bills earlier this year. We’re not talking fake bills of the copy machine variety – we’re talking print shop quality counterfeit bills.

This BS could have jeopardized Fred’s chances for a good job later on if the gas station owner called the police on him today. So BEWARE if you catch a hundred bill in the clubs – it just might be fake!

De La Hoya Cruises To Victory, Says Mayweather Rematch Next

Oscar De La Hoya connects with a left to the face against Steve Forbes during their junior middleweight boxing match, Saturday, May 3, 2008, in Carson, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill).

Boxing second biggest draw De La Hoy, easily took out Steve Forbes and set himself up for another monster payday with a supposed rematch with Flloyd “Money” MayWeather.

De La Hoya got a chance to shake off ring rust and put on a show in front of his hometown fans, who came out in big numbers to cheer him on against a fighter whose previous biggest claim to fame was losing in the final of the “Contender” reality series. He didn’t disappoint, battering the smaller Forbes around on his way to an easy 12-round decision win in his first fight in a year.

“This is the same style I’m going to use for Mayweather,” De La Hoya said. “This is the same plan for Mayweather.”

The win set up a September rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr., who beat De La Hoya by split decision last May in what was the richest fight ever. And, even though De La Hoya was a 17-1 favorite, his dominating performance against Forbes will likely do what De La Hoya wanted by helping sell the second fight with Mayweather.

Full article here..