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Sherhonda Gaulden clapped back at Wendy Williams for criticizing her son, NBA YoungBoy.

Sherhonda doesn't play about her children. The entrepreneur was a teenage mom when she gave birth to NBA YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden.

The 21-year-old father-of-7 was arrested by the LAPD after a brief foot chase on Monday in Los Angeles.

According to TMZ, the rapper was arrested on an outstanding warrant for firearms possession stemming from an arrest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in September.

At issue were two weapons police found on YoungBoy at the time of his arrest last year. He is currently in FBI custody, pending possible RICO charges.

As part of her job as the reigning gossip queen of daytime talk TV, Wendy Williams spoke on YoungBoy's arrest during Tuesday's "Hot Topics" segment.

"He's got to go to jail," said Williams. "How do you do a hot pursuit? There are innocent people out here. You could've hurt innocent people in your hot pursuit and running through people's backyards. Nobody wants that – bringing down the property values.

"And, and how is it that you do what you do with seven kids at only 21-years-old? And I wonder what Yaya Mayweather's father, Floyd, is saying about this," she said, referring to YoungBoy's 7th baby mama, Yaya, who gave birth to his son, Kentrell Gaulden Jr., last year.
 

YoungBoy's mother was furious and she checked Wendy about her comments on her son.

"F**k Wendy Williams around here letting a half-dead 90-year-old white man suck her d*ck worried about my child stop tagging me in b***h."

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In a follow-up meme after Instagram removed her Wendy diss, she wrote: "They removed my post remove her show [sic]."

She captioned the crying laughing meme: "I'm sorry she not a man I lied she a woman I quit."
 

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Iyanna "Yaya" Mayweather reacted to the news that her baby daddy, NBA YoungBoy is in federal custody in Los Angeles.

Yaya is the mother of YoungBoy's youngest child. He has 7 children by various women, with an eighth baby rumored to be on the way.

The distraught single mom took to her Instagram Story to call for her baby daddy's freedom.

"My day has been ruined [sad face emoji, broken heart emoji]," wrote Yaya, the daughter of champion boxer Floyd Mayweather. In a follow-up post, she added, "#FREEKENTRELL."

The 21-year-old rapper, whose moniker means Never Broke Again YoungBoy, was taken into custody on Monday by the LAPD after they pulled over a vehicle he was in, TMZ reported. Cops unleashed a K9 officer to sniff him out when he fled on foot.

An unregistered firearm was recovered in the vehicle.

YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, is now in the custody of the FBI, who recently formed a task force to lock up violent gang members masquerading as rappers.

Also on their list is Atlanta gangbanger YFN Lucci and Chicago gangbanger-turned-rapper Lil Durk, who currently resides in Atlanta.

YoungBoy has been arrested multiple times in the past -- mostly on drugs and firearms charges, as well as probation violations.

His most recent arrest was for drugs and weapons possession in his native Baton Rouge, Louisiana in September.
 

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Trey Songz was arrested on Sunday, Jan. 24, after yet another physical altercation with a police officer.

The "Slow Motion" star was watching the Kansas City Chiefs play the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium when he was heckled by some fans sitting several rows behind him.

When Trey asked them to stop heckling him for not wearing a mask, he was approached by an officer, who - according to witnesses - "went after him, without warning".

"Trey was totally caught off guard when the officer got physical with him, and the singer started to defend himself," a witness told TMZ.com.

A video of the incident shows Trey and the officer struggling, before the troubled rapper punched the policeman in the head, and put him in a headlock. The officer then pinned Trey to a seat, with fans shouting at him to get off the musician until back-up arrived.

Once additional officers arrived, they separated Trey and the officer, and slapped the 36-year-old father-of-one in handcuffs.

According to TMZ, Trey was arrested for the misdemeanors of trespassing and resisting arrest, and the felony of assaulting a police officer. He's on a 24-hour hold, and is due to be released on Monday night.

Trey was previously arrested in December 2016, following a performance at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. He was charged with felony assault of a police officer and misdemeanor aggravated assault for injuring a photographer.

Trey pleaded guilty in August 2017 to two reduced counts of disturbing the peace, and was sentenced to 18 months of probation, substance screening and anger-management classes.
 

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DaBaby was arrested Thursday on a concealed weapon charge while on a shopping spree with his crew of hard legs in Beverly Hills, according to multiple reports.

The rapper, real name Jonathan lyndale Kirk, 29, is pictured above holding a stack of cash in a typical photo he shares on his social media.

DaBaby was arrested after a security guard at the Gucci store on Rodeo Drive called 911 to report a man with a gun in his waistband walking among a group of men on the prestigious street.

Police arrived just after 5 p.m. and "made contact with the group after they entered a vehicle and were preparing to leave the area."

A 9mm handgun was found after a search of the vehicle, according to the police report. DaBaby, who was previously arrested in January 2020 for assault and battery, was charged with one count of carrying a concealed weapon and one count of a loaded firearm in a vehicle.

He was released from the Beverly Hills Police Department on $35,000 bond. The rapper's court hearing is scheduled for March 25 at the Airport Courthouse in Los Angeles.

Following his arrest, DaBaby posted photos of himself in a studio with his children. He captioned the photos, "Swipe left to see why I can't stop hustling."
 

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Rapper Offset was arrested while live-streaming himself driving through a pro-Trump rally on Saturday. The Migos rapper was pulled over by Beverly Hills police after he drove through a crowd of Trump supporters and allegedly waved a handgun.

Police surrounded Offset's vehicle with guns drawn. The rapper, who was born Kiari K. Cephus, refused orders to take his hand off his steering wheel and turn off the engine.

Offset: "I'm not finna do that."

Cop: "Why not?"

"Because you got guns out. I'm not finna move my hands from my steering wheel."

Offset live-streamed the traffic stop, telling police "Do you know who I am? I'm Offset from the Migos!"

When a female officer told him he was seen waving a gun in the air, Offset said, "You just watched somebody beat my car up with a flag. What are you talking about?"

Another officer approached the car, reached in the driver's side window and unlocked the car door. The officer then snatched Offset out of the vehicle.

The Beverly Hills police confirmed they detained a man for pointing a gun at Trump supporters who attended a large rally on Saturday.

Offset is best known for being married to rapper Cardi B.
 

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2 years after "That '70s Show" star Danny Masterson was ousted from Netflix's "The Ranch" amid sexual assault allegations, the actor was finally arrested on rape charges.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office charged Masterson with rape in three separate cases on Wednesday, after four women came forward to accuse him of rape in March 2017.

Masterson, a 44-year-old Scientologist, is accused of raping a 23-year-old woman in 2001, and a 28-year-old woman in 2003. Another 23-year-old woman alleged Masterson raped her after he invited her to his Hollywood Hills home in 2003, according to the Los Angeles prosecutor's office.

Actress Leah Remini was not surprised at the news of his arrest. The former Scientologist said she was relieved that Masterson was finally charged.

"Finally, victims are being heard when it comes to Scientology!" Remini tweeted shortly on Wednesday. "Praise the lord! This is just the beginning Scientology, your days of getting away with it is coming to an end!"

Masterson, who is married, faces a maximum sentence of 45 years to life in prison if convicted on all charges.

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's daughter Chiara de Blasio was arrested Saturday night during a George Floyd protest in Manhattan.

Floyd is a Black man who was killed by a former Minneapolis police officer on May 25. The officer, Derek Chauvin, was arrested Friday and charged with Floyd's murder.

Chiara, 25, was arrested for "unlawful assembly" and blocking traffic at the intersection of East 12th Street and Broadway.

She was in the roadway with about 100 demonstrators, yelling and screaming and throwing objects in the direction of the police, according to the police report.

Chiara was arrested when she refused to move, a law enforcement source told Fox News.

About an hour after Chiara was taken into custody, her father, the mayor, held a hasty press conference, telling protesters "it's time to go home."

"If you went out peacefully to make a point about the need for change, you have been heard and change is coming in the city," de Blasio said. "I have no doubt about that. It’s time to go home so we can all move forward."

Mayor de Blasio suggested his daughter was misled by an anarchist group of anti-fascists who weren't protesting George Floyd's death.

"Some come from outside of the cities. Some are from inside the city. Some are from the neighborhoods where the protests take place. Some are not," he continued.

Members of anti-fascist group ANTIFA destroyed property, set fires and sprayed graffiti in black neighborhoods -- all under the pretense of protesting Floyd's death.

The NYPD made at least 345 arrests during Saturday night's protests. 33 officers were injured and dozens of police vehicles were torched by protesters.

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Former actress Maia Campbell was among 44 people arrested during a drag racing crackdown in Atlanta on Saturday.

Recently, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms promised to allow drag racing on a designated block in the city. The sport has exploded in popularity in recent years.

But police say drag racing has become a problem since the coronavirus pandemic. And the mayor walked back her promise to allow illegal street racing.

Police issued 114 citations and impounded 29 vehicles. Four firearms were seized, including a semi-automatic rifle.

Campbell, 43, is best known for starring as Tiffany alongside LL Cool J in the hit TV sitcom "In the House."

Campbell battled drug addictions over the years. She supported herself financially by selling her body on street corners.

LL Cool J tried to reach out to his former co-star after she went viral while hustling for change at a gas station in 2017. But she replied, "Don't call me, I'll call you."

"You can't help someone who doesn't want your help," LL wrote on Twitter.

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Actor Jason Mitchell's dramatic fall from grace continues. Mitchell was arrested in Mississippi on felony weapons and drug charges on Wednesday, April 22.

According to TMZ, the 33-year-old New Orleans native was booked into Harrison County Jail, and is facing two felony charges for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, plus two felony charges for possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.

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Mitchell, who played Eazy-E in the film Straight Outta Compton, was busted with 2 guns, including a Glock 19 pistol and a mini Draco AK47 semi-automatic pistol, according to records obtained by the publication.

The news comes as Mitchell struggles to resurrect his career after he lost his lead role in season three of Lena Waithe's TV drama The Chi and he was dropped from the cast of Netflix movie Desperados after he was accused of sexual misconduct with two female co-stars.

Mitchell has denied any wrongdoing and blamed misunderstandings for both incidents.

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Nicki Minaj's overly protective husband Kenny Petty was arrested by U.S. Marshals on an indictment for failing to register as a sex offender, TMZ has learned.

Petty was in federal custody Wednesday after he turned himself into the Marshals.

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According to court documents, he will be held until he faces a judge later today. Petty's troubles began after he got pulled over in Beverly Hills in November.

Cautious Beverly Hills PD ran a background check on the Black man driving an expensive vehicle, and determined Petty was a registered sex offender in New York state but had not registered in the state of California as required.

He was arrested and released on a $20,000 bond in November.

Petty's rap sheet includes a 1995 conviction for first-degree attempted rape. He served almost 4 years in NY state prison for the crime and was required to register as a sex offender. If convicted on the federal charge for failure to register, Kenneth, 37, faces up to 10 years in prison.

Nicki, 37, apologized after Petty shoved a Trinidadian singer who got too close to Nicki during Carnival in her native Trinidad and Tobago last month.

"Allyuh like sh-t eh? I go cus all yuh real fkn stink yuh know? [Kenneth] don't understand about our culture. I apologize on his behalf. He's always in security mode. All love. Love my country to death. Love my [people] to death. Period. … I should've told him it's a very comfortable family atmosphere. He's never been to a carnival in his life. Not even in Brooklyn, babe."

 

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