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Troy Ave Reportedly Shot In Brooklyn

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It seems like Troy Ave just can’t catch a break.

As he awaits the trial of the shooting that took place back in May at Irving Plaza in NYC, the B$B rapper was reportedly shot in the arm and grazed by a bullet to the head while driving in his Maserati in Brooklyn. Troy Ave is currently recieving medical attention.

This comes days after the Brooklyn native released his White Christmas 4 project.

More details will be posted as they develop.

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Rapper Troy Ave was shot in the arm&grazed in the head in #Brooklyn while driving a red Maserati on E 91st St&Linden Blvd at 4:20pm. #source pic.twitter.com/bSds7Bgkpb


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Rising L.A. Artist Kalan.FrFr Signs With Roc Nation

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In 2008, Roc Nation signed its first artist, Bridget Kelly.

As the years began to fly, the label signed J. Cole, Rita Ora, and many others has they began partnerships with labels like Sony Music, Universal and Warner/Chappell. Kicking off 2021, Roc Nation has signed rising Los Angeles artist, Kalan.FrFr, in a joint deal with First Class Entertainment.

“Kalan gives you star power upon walking in the door. He commands a room, studio, and/or stage! Signing him was a no brainer for us!,” said Shari Bryant & Omar Grant, Co-Presidents at Roc Nation.

In celebration of the new deal, the 25-year-old will be releasing his first project on the label imprint titled, TwoFr 2, on March 12. Serving as a follow-up to his 2018-project, Two Fr, the sequel will feature contributions from  Stunna 4 Vegas, Mozzy and Cypress Moreno and will contain his lead single, “Scoring.”

“Being with Roc Nation feels like we set our goals and now we’ve accomplished them,” Kalan said about the deal. “We’re just excited to take it to the next level. I just wanna prove to everyone that believes in me…I wanna prove them right.”

 

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TwoFr 2 tracklist:
1.  Look At Me
2.  Ima Ball
3.  Scoring
4.  Never Lose You
5.  I Like / Good Love
6.  Big Dog
7.  Get In ft. Stunna 4 Vegas
8.  Tidal Wave
9.  Run Away
10. I Gotta Know
11.  Pray
12.  No Love ft. Mozzy & Cypress Moreno
13.  Identity Fraud

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Trottie Gang’s Y Gizzle & Trottie Moula Arrested on Gun Charges

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Trottie Gang’s Y Gizzle, born Jaquori Lyons, and Trottie Moula, born Trevon Bell, were arrested during a sweep Wednesday, Feb. 17, conducted by members of the Boston Police Department (Youth Violence Strike Force, BPD SWAT, City Wide Drug Unit.

In collaboration with police departments from surrounding towns, BPD executed several search and arrest warrants where officers recovered “four firearms, ammunition, 144 grams of suspected fentanyl, additional Class B Drugs, additional Class E Drugs, as well as other evidentiary items,” according to liveBoston617.

Lyons was arrested in Dorchester in accordance with an outstanding warrant issued for his arrest and is being charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and carrying a loaded firearm while Bell is being charged with three counts of unlawful possession of a firearm, and two counts of unlawful possession of ammunition.

As of Sun., Feb. 28, Y Gizzle has been released and has started a ‘Free Trottie Moula’ campaign as his childhood friend remains behind bars.

 

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Bobby Shmurda Released From Prison After Serving Six Years

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Bobby Shmurda has officially been released from prison.

On Monday, Feb. 22, news broke that Shmurda, born Ackquille Jean Pollard, would be getting a conditional release date, according to TMZ. With his release date being ten months earlier than scheduled, the decision made by the Time Allowance Committee, which included prison staff and not the parole board, was made after reviewing Shmurda’s “behavior and participation in prison programs.”

When released, the “Hot N*gga” rapper will be on supervised parole. However, if the Brooklyn native gets in trouble, he is to serve is full sentence, ending Dec. 11, 2021.

Shmurda was previously denied parole back in September after having violations in prison, including being caught with a “sharp metal object” on Rikers Island, along with drug possession and fighting.

In 2016, Shmurda took a global plea deal alongside Chad “Rowdy Rebel” Marshall, where he pleaded guilty to 4th-degree conspiracy, which carried a sentence of 1-3 years, and 2nd-degree criminal weapons possession, which carried a sentence of 7 years. Shmurda has served six years behind bars and will be on parole until December 2026.

Rowdy Rebel was released on Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020.

Shmurda took to Instagram Stories Monday to thank his fans “for remaining loyal” throughout his prison sentence.”I love you all and look forward to seeing you all soon,” he continued.

The rapper was picked up by Migos’ rapper, Quavo. He told Billboard, “I’m going to get my guy. I’m personally gonna go pick up Bobby Shmurda. I’m bout to go get him. I’m gonna let him show you how I’m gonna pick him up, yessir.”

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