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A woman and her boyfriend, who were not wearing face masks, were asked to leave the Texas State fairgrounds because she was dressed inappropriately.

A witness tells Sandrarose.com exclusively that the woman and her boyfriend, who are both aspiring rappers, were approached by an official at the state fair.

The witness said the official told the woman she was dressed inappropriately for the family-oriented event that was packed with children.

She was reportedly asked to leave, and she complied without incident.

Apparently, the official had received numerous complaints about her attire.

The woman, unidentified on social media as aspiring rapper "Asian Doll", wore a pair of revealing cutoff shorts and a cropped top.

Her boyfriend, identified as aspiring rapper "Jackboy," wore a green shirt and white jogging pants.

Video shared by The Neighborhood Talk Instagram blog shows the couple walking hand-in-hand at the fair.

The Texas State Fair is an annual event held in Dallas. The fair kicked off on September 24, and runs through Sunday, October 17, according to the official website.

Instagram officials agreed with the official.

One IG user wrote:

"Who dress like this at a fair knowing kids are there ! Is this the fair or the freak party ? shorts all up her behind !"

 

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Parents are outraged after rapper T.I.'s 17-year-old son, King, shared a video featuring strippers at his birthday bash on his Instagram Story.

King is the son of rapper Tip "T.I." Harris, 40, and Xscape singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 45.

King, who has over 720K followers on Instagram, was featured on T.I. and Tiny's now-canceled reality TV series.

The aspiring rapper who goes by the stage name "Kid Saiyan" turned 17 on August 25. To celebrate, the youngster smoked marijuana while filming nude, gyrating strippers on his cell phone. The floor is littered with dollar bills.

The video is still live on Instagram despite the fact that he is underage and most of his followers are minors.

Parents complained that King exposed their children to adult situations by sharing the inappropriate video on his feed.

Parents say they have contacted child protective services to report the child smoking marijuana while nude strippers dance.

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Many parents asked where are his parents, while others noted that King is his father's son.

Question: Would you allow your 17-year-old son to smoke weed and hire nude women to dance for him?

CAUTION: Video contains nudity. Viewer discretion is advised.
 

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Former Love & Hip-Hop: Miami has been arrested on domestic violence and kidnapping charges.

Christopher Michael Harty, aka Prince, was taken into custody on Wednesday, Aug. 11, in Miami, Florida The Sun reports.

In addition to domestic violence charges, Prince, 31, faces charges of kidnapping and battery. He was also charged with less-serious offenses, including possession of drugs without a prescription and disorderly conduct.

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Prince was among the original cast of Love & Hip Hop: Miami when the series premiered in 2018, but he was edited out of the third season. He has not been confirmed to return for the delayed fourth season.

Prince has continued releasing music since being booted from the series, and he released his most recent single in June.

Before falling afoul of the law, Prince was due to appear at a press conference on Wednesday night to promote his Celebrity Boxing match against TikTok star HolyGod, which is scheduled for October 2, but he was a no show.

In May, TMZ reported that Prince was involved in a physical altercation with rapper Tory Lanez, the same star who was charged with felony assault after he allegedly shot Megan Thee Stallion in the foot last summer.

The self-proclaimed "Fresh Prince of South Beach" was born and raised in South Miami to Jamaican parents.

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Aspiring rapper Dess Dior has tested positive for COVID-19, just days after performing at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami, Florida on July 23.

The 22-year-old, real name Destiny Bailey, was among the hip-hop artists performing at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium as part of the three-day weekend.

The "Stop Playin'" rapper told her fans on Twitter on Sunday: "I'm sick af (as f--k) in soooooo much pain rn (right now)."

Dior, who had performed on Saturday, later added: "??I don't think I have Covid but ima get tested to be safe."

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On Monday, Dior returned to Twitter to update her fans and to urge boyfriend, rapper Future, and other friends to get tested.

"Update: I tested positive for Covid. Everybody who's been in contact with me should go get tested asap," she added.

It's unclear whether Dior received mRNA vaccinations ahead of her Rolling Loud performance, or if she had been required to take a Covid test before taking to the stage.

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Rapper Benzino's daughter, aspiring rapper Coi Leray (left) came out as a lesbian on Instagram in time to join Gay Pride Month festivities.

Coi came out with her lover, rapper Pressa, in a video she shared on her Instagram Story.

Coi Leray is best known for an embarrassing viral video that showed a crowd in stunned silence as they watched her perform at the Toyota Center in Houston on Saturday, May 29.

Nicki Minaj and other rappers showed support for the 24-year-old rapper who was devastated when the video went viral.

The comments were brutal, with many social media users suggesting Coi should find another line of work.

Coi tweeted:

"The love use to outweigh the hate but now the hate outweigh the love and it's slowing destroying me. Y'all haters are in my life for a reason, we gon have to just deal with each other. In with whatever smoke."

Nicki came to the young lady's defense, writing:

"Don't do that. Chin up. Always remember this, when black ppl not fkn w|you #TheyWillBoo. Those ppl were on their feet. That means they may not have known the song, but they were interested in getting to know more— so they were observing u. Charge it to the game & move on."

The grateful rapper responded:

"Thank you so much for this. This means everything and more to me. Wow. I'm speechless. You just gave me so much more hope. Thank you again."

 

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Lil Durk's brother DThang was shot and killed following an argument outside a nightclub in Chicago early Saturday.

Witnesses say DThang, an aspiring rapper, argued with a man inside Club O in Harvey, Illinois, south of Chicago, just after midnight Saturday.

When DThang, real name Dontay Banks Jr., stepped outside the club to retrieve something from his car, he was shot once in the head and pronounced dead at a local hospital. He was 32.

DThang died just days after attending a private Black Tie Affair hosted by Sean Combs at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia, where Durk lives.

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DThang celebrated his daughter's birthday last week. He leaves behind his wife and two minor children.

Rapper Six9ine was among those taunting Durk after his brother was killed.

On Sunday, in a post on Akademiks' Instagram page, Six9ine wrote: "[Lil Durk] tell the truth about yo Gang man they really dyin." 6ix9ine several laughing emojis in the post.

Producer Murda Beatz wrote, "R.I.P. DThang," along with emojis of a heart and hands in prayer.

Lil Durk, 28, who was born Durk Derrick Banks, is a known gang banger from Chicago. He has not reacted publicly to his brother's death.

Their father, Dontay Banks Sr., was recently released from prison. He was sentenced to life in prison in 1994 when Durk was a toddler.

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In a track off his new collabo album with rapper Lil Baby, titled The Voice of the Heroes, Durk addressed rumors that he sacrifices his friends and family to be famous.

"I get blamed for ni**as dying/ I wonder why/ They say I sacrificed to be in this position/ That's a lie."

At least 6 people close to Durk have been murdered in recent years, including his brother, DThang, his cousin, rapper McArthur "OTF Nunu" Swindle, another cousin named Iris, and rapper Dayvon "King Von" Bennett, who was gunned down outside a club in Atlanta last November.

Lil Durk, an up-and-coming rapper, has collaborated with Drake, Future Hendrix, Kevin Gates, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

His current album with Lil Baby is slated to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart this week.
 

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Chicago police believe an aspiring rapper's rivals hunted him for 2 days before killing his daughter in a McDonald's drive-thru.

Jontae Adams, 29, and his daughter Jaslyn were in their car in the drive-thru when two men sprayed the car with bullets on Sunday, April 18.

Jaslyn died from multiple gunshot wounds and her father was seriously injured in a shooting, according to THV11 News.

A McDonald's employee who asked to remain anonymous told the Chicago Sun-Times that two men got out of a gray car in the drive-thru and started shooting into Adams' car.

Adams, also known as Tilla, is one half of the Chicago rap due Tilla & Bully Bino.

The day before the shooting, Tilla wrote on Facebook "Opps probably downstairs waiting on me", which is slang for gang rivals are waiting to ambush him.

Police believe the shooting was gang-related. But the Internet says the gunmen wanted part of a $20,000 PPP loan that Adams received recently.

No arrests have been made yet.

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An Indiana teenager was charged Thursday as an adult in the shooting deaths of 4 family members and a pregnant woman on Sunday, Jan. 24.

The Marion County Prosecutor's Office filed murder charges against Raymond Childs III on Thursday morning. He faces six counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of carrying a handgun without a license.

Childs is represented by the Marion County Public Defender's office who entered a plea of not guilty for him at a hearing on Thursday.

Childs, an aspiring rapper, went on a shooting rampage hours after his father chastised him for sneaking out of the house to spend the night with his girlfriend without permission.

Police say Childs first shot his stepmother Kezzie Childs, 42, and his father, Raymond Child's Jr., as they lay in their bed. Childs Jr. pleaded for his life: "I'm sorry Raymond, I love you."

Childs then went from room to room shooting his 13-year-old sister Rita, his 18-year-old brother Elijah and Elijah's pregnant girlfriend Kiara Hawkins, 19.

Kiara, who was 9 months pregnant, was transported to a hospital, where she and her unborn son were pronounced dead.

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Kiara is pictured left and Kezzie is pictured right with her daughter Rita.

Another brother, Xavier Childs, 15, managed to flee the home during the shootings. Childs chased Xavier down and shot him twice as he begged for his life.

Xavier said he told Childs: "I can give you forty dollars, please don't kill me."

"He just looked at me and then he shot me on the leg. I fell. He shot me in my arm. And then he tried to shoot me in my head but missed, I guess," Xavier told detectives.

Xavier limped to a neighbor's home and collapsed on the front porch. The neighbor called 911 to report the shootings at 4 a.m.

Xavier identified his brother as the gunman when he was interviewed by police at a hospital.

Hours later, Childs was taken into custody at a relative's home on Burkhart South Drive.

Xavier told police his brother used two different firearms – a 9-millimeter handgun and a mini draco semi-automatic pistol with an extended clip that fires rifle rounds.

The handgun was recovered at the scene. The semi-automatic pistol was found at the relative's home. Police say the guns belonged to Childs' father.

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Pastor Kenneth Sullivan Jr, a friend of the family, told WTHR it's possible that the aspiring rapper was "acting out" the things that he rapped about when he coldly shot his family.

"If you're constantly feeding your mind negative things and destructive things, it won't be long before you act upon those things," Sullivan said.

In music videos posted on YouTube, Childs rapped about guns, money, drugs and killing people.

Childs will be transferred from a juvenile detention center to an adult jail to await trial. His next court date is set for April 21.

Indianapolis police Chief Randal Taylor called the killings the largest mass casualty shooting in the city in more than a decade.

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An aspiring rapper and two others have been charged in the "violent and horrific" kidnapping of a South Florida couple.

Rapper Spanish Zanotti, 26 (left), Dionte Alexander-Wilcox, and Antonio James are accused of kidnapping a Miramar couple on Oct. 11 and holding them at gunpoint for almost 24 hours, the South Florida SunSentinel reports.

Zanotti, real name Kejuan Brandon, can go free if he pays $250,000 bond, a federal magistrate ruled on Monday.

But his accomplice, Alexander-Wilcox, was ordered to remain in jail pending trial. A third suspect, James, is scheduled for a detention hearing next week.

Police said the three suspects forced their way into the couple's home and accused the couple's nephew of stealing $20,000 from them. They ordered the couple to pay their nephew's debt in cash.

"This wasn't a couple of hours or a couple minutes," said U.S. State's Attorney Jay Alexander. "This was for a full day. They stayed overnight, ate food, drank their liquor."

A video posted on Zanotti's Instagram page shows him being taken into custody by a violent offender squad on December 18.

Someone captioned the video:

"They took our boy today. We were able to speak to splash and he's staying positive and in good spirits. He wants to let everyone of his fans know that he loves y’all and that we gon get through this together. He wants y’all to post anything positive you can about him right now. They’re trying to paint him for something he’s not and we need to show the world the true light that he is. Free Splash Zanotti #freesplash.

 

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An aspiring rapper who filmed videos of himself mocking street gangs for internet clout was found deceased in his car in Lakewood on Sunday.

Los Angeles Sheriff's Office deputies responding to a report of shots fired found the man shot in the upper chest in a car on the 20600 block of Seine Avenue. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The deceased man's name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. But the internet has already identified him as @BlocckBoyy, a wannabe rapper who spent his days filming Instagram videos dissing gangbangers on their own turf.

The internet was unsympathetic after the news broke of his untimely demise.

One Instagram user wrote: "Tbh that young boy looked like he was dying to be famous, so he did... condolences to his family and people though."

Another user wrote: "Bro moved out here like he was invincible, or suicidal... feel bad for his family."