Some of you weren’t even born when the youngest in charge, Special Ed dropped his blazing debut album of the same name when he was a mere lad of 16. Propelled by the album’s scorchers, “I Got It Made” and “I’m The Magnificent,” Ed’s album, Youngest in Charge, went on to sell more than 500,000 copies in 1989.
The Jamaican-born rhyme slayer followed up those hits with “Come On, Let’s Move It” off his sophomore album Legal, which dropped in 1990 when Ed turned 18.
But where is Special Ed now?
Prominent Atlanta rapper Young Jeezy denies assaulting his 17-year-old son Jadarius Jenkins during an argument in his Buckhead penthouse in September 2012. Jeezy listed his posh Atlanta penthouse for $1,100,000 3 months ago.
An arrest warrant for misdemeanor harassment has been issued for the wife of Duane “The Bounty Hunter” Chapman after she was harassed by gun-toting teenagers.
Beth Chapman told RadarOnline.com the incident occurred in a Colorado park on July 10. She said she was approached by teenagers asking for autographs, one of whom was carrying a gun which was not concealed.
Beth and Dog, stars of “Beth & Dog On The Hunt,” were camping with their children when the incident took place.
Troubled rap artist Gucci Mane was granted a $75,000 bond by a Fulton County judge after spending 2 weeks in jail for assaulting a military veteran, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The rapper, real name Radric Davis, 33, was arrested late last month and charged with aggravated assault. The unidentified soldier told authorities that Davis hit him over the head with a champagne bottle at an Atlanta nightclub after he requested a photo with the rap star. Davis is still being held in the Fulton County jail on unrelated DeKalb County charges.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is preparing to issue an arrest warrant for Harvey’s bodyguard, who is accused of causing keying the car of a young equestrian show participant.
It’s hard to keep track of all the rappers who have been cuffed in the past year alone. Add rapper Jim Jones to the list (again).
NorthJersey.com reports Jones was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and hindering apprehension in Fair Lawn Wednesday.
Police say Jones, 37, interfered with a vehicle that was being ticketed and towed (or repossessed).
Katt Williams will be property of the state soon. The troubled comedian failed to show up for a hearing today. The judge wasted no time issuing an arrest warrant. Hopefully this will be the last time we see the words “Katt Williams” and “arrest” in the same sentence. How many times can one celebrity get arrested and continue walking the streets?