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A Chicago woman is behind bars after she boarded a plane without a ticket to meet Beyonce's husband, Jay Z.

Yaazmina Payton, 23, was able to slip past airport security at two checkpoints and board an American Airlines flight to LAX without a ticket.

A witness at O'Hare International Airport alerted security when she observed Payton duck under the ropes at the boarding door.

Payton was charged with felony criminal trespass, according to the Chicago Tribune.

She told police she planned to fly to Los Angeles to meet the 50-year-old semi-retired rapper.

Payton's court-appointed attorney said his client suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety disorder, and was suffering an emotional break when she illegally boarded the plane.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has launched an investigation into the security lapses at the airport that enabled Payton to get on the plane without detection.

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Dallas rapper Mo3 was shot in the head while driving on I-35 in Oak Cliff Wednesday morning. The rapper who was born Melvin Noble was targeted by the gunman, according to Dallas police.

Cellphone footage uploaded to Instagram shows a medic performing CPR on Noble as he lay on the highway near his car.

Urban Islandz reports Noble was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Noble, who was signed to rapper Boosie's label, told an interviewer, "I got a second chance because of music... I've basically been in every correctional facility around. Y'all never see the people that throw rocks at me, 'cause they hide their hands. You just see me beat their ass."

He leaves behind three children.

Noble's death comes days after Chicago gangster-turned rapper King Von was fatally shot during a fist fight outside a hookah lounge in Atlanta.
 

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The Internet reacted with outrage after someone leaked grisly photos of slain rapper King Von laying on an autopsy table.

Von, real name Dayvon Bennett, was shot by a member of Savannah rapper Quando Rondo's crew during a fistfight outside a hookah lounge in downtown Atlanta early Friday.

The 26-year-old gangster-turned rapper later died during surgery at Grady Hospital. The pictures were likely taken after his body was taken to the morgue across the street from Grady Hospital, where autopsies are conducted.

The alleged autopsy images were originally uploaded to Instagram by user @fyndeeboyy who quickly deleted the pictures. But the graphic images circulating on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

It's tradition for Chicago gang members to post autopsy or open casket photos of deceased "opps" (opposition or gang rivals) to disrespect them even in death.

One King Von fan responded to the images circulating on Reddit.com:

"That sh*t is sick. Imagining [sic] people messing and taking pictures of your lifeless body when you die. If this happened to king von imagine how many pictures probably get taken and never get leaked."

Others were not so polite. Gang members affiliated with O-block, a notorious city block in Chicago, took to Instagram and TikTok to voice their anger and frustration over the photos (see below).

But that's not all they're mad about.

King Von's sister, Kayla B. clapped back at rap mogul Tip "T.I." Harris he shared an Instagram post asking out-of-towners to kill each other on their own home turfs.

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T.I.'s post also sparked outrage among different Chicago gang factions -- some of whom have booked flights to Atlanta. Below is an alleged veiled threat to T.I.

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Hopefully, Atlanta's mayor's office is monitoring the situation on social media. Atlanta's streets are about to become a bloodbath.
 

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An affiliate of rapper Quando Rondo was charged with the fatal shooting of rapper King Von during a brawl outside an Atlanta hookah club early Friday.

Von, born Dayvon Daquan Bennett, is one of three people shot dead and three wounded during a fight outside the Monaco Hookah Lounge in downtown Atlanta.

Police arrested Timothy Leeks, 22, who allegedly shot Bennett who was fighting with Quando, real name Tyquian Terrel Bowman, 21.

Leeks, aka Lul Timm (pictured right), was then shot and wounded in the leg by another man. Leeks was arrested by Atlanta police at Grady Hospital where he went to seek treatment for his leg wound.

"The homicide of Bennett is closed with this arrest," Atlanta police spokeswoman Marla Jean Rooker told AJC.com.

Video footage from the club shows Bennett laying mortally wounded in the street with a gunshot wound to his left side.

Bowman (wearing black) is on top of Bennett, attempting to remove Bennett's coveted diamond-studded "O-Block" chain to keep as a trophy.

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Bennett's chain was designed by Ice Box, a premium jewelry store located in the Buckhead neighborhood on Atlanta's northwest side.

The chain signifies O-Block, the notorious 6400 block of South Martin Luther King Drive on Chicago's South Side. It is considered the most dangerous block in all of Chicago, and it is where Michelle Obama lived as a child.

The block is named after Gangster Disciples member Odee Perry, 20, who was shot and killed by Tooka gang member Gakirah "KI" Barnes when she was only 13.

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Years after killing Perry (pictured left), 17-year-old Barnes (pictured right) was shot nine times while walking to a girlfriend's house for lunch on April 11, 2014.

Bennett was named as the triggerman in her death, but he was never charged.

Watch surveillance footage of Bennett's murder below.
 

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Asian Da Brat reportedly regrets saying she only dates men with at least 3 bodies. "Body" is slang for a murder victim or murdering someone.

The Instagram model and aspiring rapper, who is formerly known as Asian Doll, sparked furious debate online when she tweeted her unusual preference in men last month.

The 23-year-old Sagittarius, born Misharron Jamesha Allen, said she won't speak to a man unless he's a killer. And not just any killer -- a serial killer.

"Please have at least 3 body's [sic] before you talk to me Boy I like killers," she tweeted.

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But friends say she had a change of heart as she mourns her ex-boyfriend, gangster-turned rapper King Von, who was shot and killed in Atlanta early Friday. They broke up sometime in August.

She tweeted on Friday: "I wanna die 2 Shid it feel like I'm dead already."

Friends say she now regrets glorifying gang bangers and killers.

Von King, who was born Dayvon Daquan Bennett, was shot during a street fight with rival rapper and gang member Quando Rondo outside a hookah lounge around 3 a.m.

Friends transported Bennett to a hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

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Bennett, 26, is linked to at least 10 murders on Chicago's South Side including the unsolved murders of gang bangers Gakirah "KI" Barnes in 2014 and Joseph "Lil JoJo" Coleman in 2012.

Bennett was charged with murdering a man and wounding several others at a house party in Chicago in 2014. He spent three-and-a-half-years in prison.

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After his release from prison, Bennett (right) moved to Atlanta to team up with gang member-turned rapper Lil Durk (left) who signed Von to his label OTF Records and EMPIRE.

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Bennett and Lil Durk were arrested for a shooting near the Varsity restaurant in downtown Atlanta in February 2019. They are pictured in court before they were released on $250,000 bond each.

Watch surveillance footage of King Von's murder below.
 

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Chicago rapper King Von was reportedly killed during a shootout in Atlanta. He was 26.

King Von, real name Dayvon Daquan Bennett, was shot early Friday morning outside the Monaco Hookah Lounge on Trinity Avenue around 3 a.m., AJC.com reports.

11Alive's Jerry Carnes said an argument inside the club lead to gunfire between two groups.

Two men were killed at the scene and Bennett and one other man were wounded in the shootout and transported to a hospital. Bennett was later pronounced dead.

Two off-duty Atlanta Police officers who were moonlighting as club security were involved in the shooting. No police were injured.

In May 2014, Bennett, who was affiliated with a Chicago street gang, was charged with murder for fatally shooting a man and wounding two others during a birthday party in the Englewood neighborhood.

Bennett served prison time and was released on good behavior.

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Bennett is also linked to the murders of Chicago gang bangers Gakirah Barnes in 2014 and Joseph "JoJo" Coleman in 2012.

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A woman was tasered on a Spirit Airlines plane during a brawl over face masks. Video footage recorded by another passenger shows a woman in a striped shirt throwing punches at passengers who complained about her not wearing a mask.

The woman, later identified as Nyasy Veronique Payne, was tasered by police who boarded the plane after it landed in San Juan, Puerto Rico from Newark, New Jersey on Sunday.

Payne, who wore a mask under her chin, was traveling with a female companion who is seen in the video attempting to break up the fight.

"Stop! Stop! Calm down! she is heard screaming in the video. Payne is seen climbing on seats and swimming wildly at a man in a white T-shirt.

The other passengers described the male-identified lesbian as "aggressive, hostile and defiant" during the flight.

Payne was arrested and booked into jail, where she is being held on $150,000 bail.

Fights over face masks have become a common occurrence on domestic and international commercial flights amid the coronavirus outbreak.

All U.S. based airlines require passengers to wear face masks over their noses and mouths throughout the duration of the flight.
 

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A Florida judge sentenced a teenager to 25 years in prison for fatally shooting a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office K-9 dog, and other charges.

Jhamal Paskel, 19, previously pleaded guilty to felony charges including killing a police dog, armed carjacking and two counts of kidnapping,

Black Twitter expressed outrage that a Black teenager received prison time for shooting a dog, while Breonna Taylor's killers still walk free.

According to News4Jax, Paskel carjacked two women on Sept. 20, 2018, and forced one of them to drive as he held her at gunpoint.

The car was equipped with an OnStar system, and police tracked the vehicle to Interstate 10 near Cecil Commerce Parkway.

Paskel bailed out of the car and fled on foot with K-9 Fang in hot pursuit. Officers heard three gunshots and K-9 Fang yelped before collapsing on the ground.

"I heard two gunshots back to back followed by a third. In between two and three, I heard Fang yelp, and soon as I came over the embankment, I kind of saw him coming to rest after falling and being shot," the dog's handler Officer Matt Herrera told News4Jax.

According to News4Jax, the Florida Legislature passed a law in 2019 to increase killing a police dog or horse to a second-degree felony and raised the maximum sentence from five years to 15 years.
 

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A disgraced former NYPD police officer who forced his way into a Black woman's apartment was ordered to pay her $1 million.

Michael Reynolds, who is white, was in a drunken stupor the night he forced his way into Conese Haliburton's apartment.

Haliburton filed a civil suit against Reynolds who quit the police force in shame earlier this year.

The incident happened on July 9, 2018. Reynolds, 27, had attended a bachelor party for a fellow NYPD officer when he was caught on surveillance video breaking into Haliburton's apartment at 2:30 a.m.

The footage captured him calling Haliburton and her family "f***ing ni__ers," according to MSNBC.

"I'll break every bone in your neck!" he yelled, before running back to his Airbnb rental.

Reynolds later confessed that he confused Haliburton's address with the Airbnb rental that he and his friends were staying at next door.

Haliburton said Reynolds and his friends were laughing and claiming they had "immunity" because of their jobs, according to reports.

Reynolds was sentenced to just 15 days in jail after pleading guilty to assault and trespassing charges in January.

He quit his job in disgrace earlier this year. "I'm absolutely sorry I said that word. I'm very remorseful. It's cost me my job, my life, everything," he said in court at the time.

Acting Deputy Commissioner for Public Information Devora Kaye told News 4 Reynolds will not "receive pension or health benefits, nor will he be allowed to carry a firearm."

"His actions are wholly inconsistent with the values and standards the New York City Police Department expects and demands of its officers."
 

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A Detroit man is accused of stealing unemployment benefits and flaunting his luxury lifestyle in photos on Instagram.

Andre Taylor Jr., of Farmington Hills, was indicted Wednesday and accused of stealing unemployment benefits intended for Detroit residents who lost their jobs during the coronavirus outbreak.

Taylor, 27, who used the Instagram handle @_bigjuno, is accused of defrauding the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency and credit card companies and going on shopping sprees with the stolen loot.

Taylor stole the identities of area residents and filed for unemployment debit cards starting in April, during the early weeks of the pandemic, according to the Detroit News.

The debit cards were mailed to Taylor's home and to the homes of relatives, prosecutors said. He is accused of paying cash bribes to mail carriers to give him the debit cards and obtain the names of people who lived along their mail routes, prosecutors said in the indictment.

Taylor used the debit cards to purchase expensive clothing, shoes, jewelry and luxury cars, then shared photos of his substantial stolen wealth on Instagram.

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In one photo, Taylors wears a diamond-encrusted Audemars Piguet timepiece while flashing a handful of cash next to a table. On the table appears to be a blue Michigan unemployment insurance debit card.

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In another photo, Taylor leans against a white Bentley while wearing expensive designer clothes and a Louis Vuitton bag. The post includes the hashtag #F***THEFEDS.

He was arrested in Los Angeles in June and charged with wire fraud, mail fraud and aggravated identity theft.

At the time of his arrest, he told federal agents he had assets totaling $1,800 and worked at a Novi construction company in Detroit, earning about $400 per week, according to court paperwork.

He was released on bond and ordered to stay in Detroit, avoid committing any more crimes and he can't be in possession of firearms.