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.
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.
Rarely would I post an interview this long with all the distractions we have on the net and in daily life but this is going down as one of the best interviews in Hip Hop History. Props to Taxstone for not getting in the way of the gospel spoken by Sigel street.
Despite some reports Troy has not yet been granted bail yet.
Today Troy Ave was in court with his attorneys Scott Leemon and John Stella they presented a bail appeal to the district attorney in which they have to review financial documents given to them, John Stella says ‘these things take time’ and expect to bail the Brooklyn rapper as soon as next week. We asked Stella if the individuals that got into scuffle with Troy will be brought to court and most likely they won’t…especially without any witnesses
Another L for Meek. If it comes to be fact that Meek wanted Quentin Miller to write for him as well and that he beat him up over it, he has taken L’s to a whole new level.
Quentin Miller confirmed a relatively-unknown tale involving him and the Dream Chasers while chopping it up with DJ Vlad. During the interview, Vlad shows Miller an unreleased clip from his Taxstone interview where he revealed knowledge about Meek Mill confronting Miller at a Los Angeles Nike store. After reviewing the clip, Quentin admits “it’s true” before describing what all happened that day.
According to Miller, Meek Mill didn’t care for his statement denying he was Drake’s ghostwriter last Summer. “I shed blood in the Nike store,” Quentin confessed as he recalled getting confronted by the group who first wanted him to retract his claim in front of paparazzi. After telling them no, the Dream Chasers proceeded to beat him up as he made Meek Mill out to be a liar. “I’m not a street n***a so you can have it,” Miller states in reference to Meek. “You can have the tough title – that doesn’t do anything for me.”
In the Taxstone interview, the media insider also claimed Miller was beat up because he wouldn’t write for Meek Mill, a rumor the rapper wants no parts of. “I’m not going into detail about that,” he firmly stated.