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By now you've seen the horrifying viral video that shows a young Black male bashing a Black woman in her face with a skateboard, knocking her out.

After laying her out, the guy strutted away, while his boys encouraged him.

Don't expect the news media to cover this story. It's just a Black man treating a Black woman like her life doesn't matter.

The video is dark and blurry. But the Internet believe they found the guy. I won't name him. According to web sleuths, the guy is an up-and-coming rapper and a youth counselor (!).

IG bloggers say he savagely hit the woman with his skateboard because she rejected his advances.

I had a long speech written about the lack of protests decrying violence against Black women. But I deleted it.

Not one Black blog or media outlet wrote a post about this video. Not one. And that's a shame.
 

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Yung Berg, who has a history of assaulting women, is accused of viciously pistol-whipping his current girlfriend.

The rapper and music producer, who also goes by Hitmaka, is accused of pistol-whipping the young lady and sending her to the hospital with a fractured nose.

The woman told the LAPD the beating went down at a private residence in Los Angeles around 5 p.m. Saturday.

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According to the police report, obtained by The Blast, Hitmaka (real name Christian Ward) and his girlfriend are in "a dating relationship" and "suspect and victim became involved in a verbal dispute. The suspect pistol-whipped victim (numerous times) resulting in verifiable injuries."

You may recall Yung Berg was kicked off Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood for assaulting his then-girlfriend Masika.

Los Angeles is notorious for going easy on celebrities accused of domestic violence. Singers and rappers are rarely sent to prison for inflicting injuries on wives, girlfriends or baby mamas.

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Police have arrested a fugitive twin who was wanted for a violent frying pan attack on a Clayton County woman on Dec. 12.

19-year-old twins Kyra and Tyra Faison went on the run after allegedly attacking Lyiah Elsko with a frying pan, leaving the 20-year-old woman with facial and bodily injuries.

Police said Tyra Faison turned herself in after the twins's pictures were circulated to news media outlets.

Kyra Faison is still on the run and should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who spots Kyra is asked to call 911 immediately.

Authorities say the twins kicked in the door to an apartment where Elskoe was staying and beat her about the face and head. They then dragged her out of the apartment and stole her phone and car keys.

Authorities say the brutal assault was over a man.

The twins were escalated to the top of the Clayton County Sheriff's most wanted list. They face charges including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery, robbery, burglary with intent to commit a felony in the first degree and criminal trespassing.

The twins' mother suggested her daughters have not been the same since they were jumped by a gang of 20 girls when they were 13.

Charnetta Davis told Channel 2 Action News that her daughters were followed home from Clayton Middle School and attacked by a gang of girls on May 20, 2014.

Kyra and Tyra were punched, kicked and stomped, Davis told Channel 2.

"I've never in my life experienced anything like this before," Davis said in 2014. "I feel like I've done everything that I could to help my daughters."

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KLFY News

Police are searching for a Louisiana woman who ran over her ex-boyfriend's new lady friend with her car. Opelousas police have put out an APB on Lakeshia Rideau, of Opelousas, after she ran over the victim early Saturday outside the Crestview Apartments.

According to KLFY News, Rideau spotted her ex-boyfriend returning home after a night out with his new girlfriend. Rideau reportedly floored the gas and struck the victim, before fleeing the scene in a late model brown and tan Nissan Maxima.

Police Chief Martin McClendon said the hit and run occurred around 1 a.m. Saturday. The male companion transported the victim to the hospital in his vehicle.

McClendon said the victim suffered broken bones in her legs and other internal injuries. She is expected to recover but she may need physical therapy.

Rideau is wanted on charges of attempted second-degree murder.

Anyone with information on Rideau's whereabouts is asked to contact Opelousas Police at (337) 948-2500.