This is the saddest video you will see all day. A father and his son died from multiple gunshot wounds while resisting a robbery attempt on a transit bus in Ecuador.
Amaguaña Changoluisa Joseph Sanchez, a hard working baker, withdrew $20,000 from a bank to repay a loan. The money was stashed in a briefcase guarded by his son, Franklin Fernando Changoluisa Chilig.
Justin Bieber’s brainless bodyguard mistook Atlanta for Los Angeles, where anything goes if you work for a big name star.
Bieber’s bodyguard Hugo Hesny, left, appeared in Fulton County Magistrate Court with his lawyer, Andrew Schwartz, on Wednesday. Hesny was charged with felony robbery and felony entering auto with intent for theft.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constition, the burly bodyguard and Bieber’s driver were arrested Monday after Bieber’s entourage got into an altercation with a news photographer at the Fun House on Roswell Road.
Life has gotten much worse for embattled NY Knicks point guard Raymond Felton, whose wife filed for divorce after 19 months of matrimony. Not only does Ariane Raymondo-Felton want her last name back, but she also wants all of Felton’s wealth and assets, including his balls — autographed basketballs, that is.
Rapper Twista, right, is mourning the violent death of his bodyguard, Davy “6’9″ Easterling, left, who was found shot and burned in a South Side Chicago home Friday.
Michael Dunn, the Georgia man who shot and killed a teenager after an argument over loud “thumping bass” music, took the witness stand on day 4 of his 1st degree murder trial on Tuesday.
The prosecution and defense rested yesterday. Both sides will make their closing arguments today.
Dunn, 47, is on trial for fatally shooting 17-year-old Jordan Davis during a verbal altercation outside a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida in November 2012. He is charged with 1 count of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted first-degree murder. Dunn faces life in prison if convicted on all charges.
Rapper Lil Hot may not be a household name, but his rap sheet is well known to Atlanta police. The local rapper, whose real name is Andrae Wilson, was busted on Monday for flipping stolen cars.
Wilson, 31, was charged with theft by receiving, identity fraud, driving on a suspended license and possession of a vehicle with an altered VIN, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The Internet is buzzing about the upcoming “celebrity” boxing match between disgraced rapper DMX and child killer George Zimmerman on March 1. The fact that anyone considers Zimmerman to be a celebrity is nauseating. The fact that urban blogs are covering this story with apparent amusement is shameful.
The fact is, any boxing match involving Zimmerman will almost certainly be a fraud.