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2 Chainz's business partner Mychel "Snoop" Dillard called out white business owners for vandalizing Crave, the only Black-owned restaurant on Euclid Avenue in Atlanta's Little 5 Points.

In a post on Instagram.com, Dillard posted photos of the vandalism and issued a warning to her neighbors on Atlanta's East Side:

"Being a business owner during these times is super challenging. Every time I lay down and get up it’s SOMETHING but I can’t complain cause Im super blessed ?? Now I will say I KNOW no one BLACK did this to me I’m too respected in these streets. I know one of my white neighbors that don’t like my business being in LITTLE 5 POINTS did this shit especially since my business was the ONLY ONE ON THE BLOCK VANDALIZED. Just don’t let me find out Who You Are and if you think some broken glass gone stop me YOU GOT ME FUCKED UP!!!! We still open today ain't nobody tripping off no little glass......"

Dillard and rapper 2 Chainz own several establishments in Atlanta.
 


 

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Criminals are having a field day in Democrat-controlled New York City where the no cash bail reform law went into effect on January 1.

The no cash bail reform law, enacted by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, ends cash bail for "non-violent" crimes.

Petty crimes are "through the roof," according to New Yorkers on social media. One social media user posted a video showing a New York resident destroying makeup counters at Bloomingdales in New York City.

Well-heeled shoppers fled as the man turned over display tables and smashed glass counters.

If the man is arrested, he will be back on the streets within hours, thanks to the no bail reform law.

Question: Have you been personally affected by NY's no cash bail reform? Post your experiences in the comments section.
 

Oprah

Oprah Winfrey shared photos and video on social media of the mudslides that affected her multimillion dollar Montecito, Calif. home. 15 people are dead and hundreds are still awaiting rescue in their homes in the wealthy enclave, west of downtown Los Angeles.

The mudslides swept away homes and injured dozens of residents. The damage to Oprah's property was limited to her orange trees and a fence separating her property from her neighbor.

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Funky Dineva

Blogger ATLien was reduced to tears on Monday when she toured her midtown Atlanta rental property after evicting troubled blogger Funky Dineva.

ATLien, whose real name is Michelle Brown, says she allowed Dineva to move into her rental property without a security deposit when he was down on his luck and his blog revenue wasn't as profitable.

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