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Tsu Surf Officially Arrested by U.S. Marshals Service New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force On RICO Charges

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Two weeks ago, we reported that Tsu Surf was arrested on Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) charges.

Though it was later reported that he was not arrested, the popular battle rapper, born Rahjon Cox, was made aware of the charges against him and was reportedly blinded by it all. Tsu Surf spoke with Battle Rap Blogger, Vada Fly, and confirmed that the charges were real.

On Thursday (Oct. 13), Fox 5 News reporter Lisa Evers confirmed that Tsu Surf was arrested by the U.S. Marshals Service New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force at home in New Jersey. According the Evers, the rapper tried to leave with a woman by the back door, however, the house was surrounded. Surf and the women went back inside the house and did not come out for over an hour.

After talking to crisis negotiators, Tsu Surf peacefully surrendered and was arrested around 1:30 p.m.

He has been taken into custody via Essex County Correctional in Newark, N.J. and is expected to appear in front of a judge in federal court in Newark, N.J. on Friday, Oct. 14.

Tsu Surf’s mother addressed her son’s arrest on her Instagram account.

“This is my child and know that will forever be his support and when the smoke clears will be right here. Thank you for the calls, text, and dm’s,” she wrote. “The fight begins. Remember he has a daughter and a mother. This is where we see who the real from the fakes are. Know one thing my son is cut from my cloth and he gets it honest don’t m########### out of a bag please. So many have contacted me and showed me that they are there for us and I appreciate you.”

Last week, Tsu Surf tweeted from his burner account and addressed his impending arrest. “I went out on top. Thats all that matters. Disparu.”

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Production Credits For Nicki Minaj’s New Album ‘Pink Friday 2’

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Nicki Minaj has just released her brand new album, Pink Friday 2.

The 22-track album boasts a star-studded lineup featuring collaborations with Drake, J. ColeLil WayneTate KobangLourdiz, Lil Uzi VertSkillibengSkengTasha Cobbs Leonard and Future while production is handled by Atl Jacob, Murda Beatz, Boi-1da, Slade Da Monsta, Dr. Luke, BNYX, Bone Collector and more. Just out the full list of production credits below.

Nicki Minaj Pink Friday 2 Production Credits

1. Are You Gone Already
Prod. by FINNEAS

2. Barbie Dangerous
Prod. by Hollywood Cole, Tate Kobang and YG! Beats

3. FTCU
Prod. by Atl Jacob

4. Beep Beep
Prod. by Murda Beatz and OJ Finessey

5. Fallin 4 U
Prod. by Atl Jacob and DB!

6. Let Me Calm Down (Feat. J. Cole)
Prod. by Atl Jacob, Hendrix Smoke and Kuji

7. RNB (Feat. Lil Wayne & Tate Kobang)
Prod. by Dystinkt Beats, Tate Kobang and YG! Beats

8. Pink Birthday
Prod. by 116, Apollo Parker, Boi-1da and Fierce

9. Needle (Feat. Drake)
Prod. by Boi-1da and YogiTheProducer

10. Cowgirl (Feat. Louridz)
Prod. by Dr. Luke

11. Everybody (Feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
Prod. by DJ Smallz 732 and Tate Kobang

12. Big Difference
Prod. by BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, Keanu Beats and Slade Da Monsta

13. Red Ruby Da Sleeze
Prod. by Cheeze Beatz and Go Grizzly

14. Forward From Trini (Feat. Skillibeng & Skeng)
Prod. by Basbeats and Melio Sounds

15. Pink Friday Girls
Prod. by J Reid

16. Super Freaky Girl
Prod. by Aaron Joseph, Dr. Luke, Malibu Babie and Vaughn Oliver

17. Bahm Bahm
Prod. by Jess Carp and Tate Kobang

18. My Life
Prod. by Don Cannon and Sean Momberger

19. Nicki Hendrix (Feat. Future)
Prod. by B Ham and Vincent “Life” Shaw

20. Blessings (Feat. Tasha Cobbs Leonard)
Prod. by BNYX, Beau Nox and SADPONY

21. Last Time I Saw You
Prod. by Alex Bak, Atl Jacob, Frankie Bash, Hendrix Smoke and TooDope!

22. Just The Memories
Prod. by Bone Collector and Habib Defoundoux

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Production Credits For Drake’s ‘Scary Hours 3’

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After announcing an upcoming joint tour with J. Cole titled “It Was All a Blur – Big As The What?,” Drake returns with disc 2 of his previously released album ‘For All The Dogs,’ titling it Scary Hours 3.

Featuring six new tracks, the third installment of the Scary Hours series contained a new verse from J. Cole on ‘Evil Ways.’ With production handled by Lil Yachty, The Alchemist and more, it’s no surprise that this project is making noise.

Check out the full list of production credits below.

Drake Scary Hours 3 Production Credits

1. Red Button
Prod. by Lil Yachty, ovrkast.

2. Stories About My Brother
Prod. by Conductor Williams

3. The Shoe Fits
Prod. by Lil Yachty, ovrkast.

4. Wick Man
Prod. by The Alchemist

5. Evil Ways
Prod. by Boi-1da, FNZ, Fierce, Vinylz

6. You Broke My Heart
Prod. by FNZ, Vinylz

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Cassie and Diddy Amicably Settle Rape and Abuse Lawsuit

In a statement, Ventura expressed, “I have chosen to resolve this matter amicably, securing terms that afford me a measure of control. I extend my gratitude to my family, fans, and legal team for their unwavering support.”

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Just a day after Cassie, born Cassandra Ventura, initiated legal proceedings against Diddy, born Sean Combs, alleging years of control and accusing him of rape and prolonged physical abuse spanning over a decade, the two parties have reached a settlement.

In a statement, Ventura expressed, “I have chosen to resolve this matter amicably, securing terms that afford me a measure of control. I extend my gratitude to my family, fans, and legal team for their unwavering support.”

Combs also issued a release acknowledging the amicable resolution, stating, “I wish Cassie and her family all the best. Love.”

The lawsuit detailed a distressing pattern of control and abuse by Diddy, encompassing substance coercion, physical assault, and coercive sexual encounters.

Specifically, the legal document outlined a troubling practice termed “voyeurism,” where Diddy allegedly coerced Cassie into engaging in sexual activities with male prostitutes while he watched, recorded, and took photographs. These encounters, referred to as “freak offs,” occurred in high-end hotels and Diddy’s residences across the United States and involved elaborate costumes.

The legal filing ended with an account of an alleged rape in 2018, following a dinner meeting between Diddy and Cassie. The suit claimed that Diddy forced himself into her apartment, despite her repeated objections, and raped her. The relationship ended shortly after.

“After years in silence and darkness, I am finally ready to tell my story, and to speak up on behalf of myself and for the benefit of other women who face violence and abuse in their relationships,” Cassie stated on Thursday. “With the expiration of New York’s Adult Survivors Act fast approaching, it became clear that this was an opportunity to speak up about the trauma I have experienced and that I will be recovering from for the rest of my life.”

Subsequently, Cassie married personal trainer Alex Fine the following year and now has two children. According to the complaint, her association with Bad Boy Records concluded in 2019.

Wigdor, Ventura’s lawyer, commended his client for her courage in coming forward with her claims. “I am very proud of Ms. Ventura for having the strength to go public with her lawsuit,” he said in a statement on Friday.

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