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Rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again (left) was found not guilty Friday on a federal gun possession charge.

Police found a gun on the floorboard of his Mercedes Benz following a high-speed chase in Tarzana, California in March 2021.

His attorneys argued that YB didn't know the gun was in his car when he was pulled over and arrested on an outstanding warrant last year.

YB was on house arrest in Utah, but the 22-year-old rapper is now free to go on tour to support his 8 children.

Earlier this month drill rapper Lil Durk dissed NBA YoungBoy in his verse on Cardi B's new single "Hot Sh*t."

Lil Durk raps: "I know that Von hit her / She pulled up on my block in Jimmy Choo..."

Fans say the "Jimmy Choo" line is in reference to Durk's late pal King Von sleeping with YB's baby mama, Jania, then buying her a pair of Jimmy Choos to show his gratitude.

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King Von was shot and killed in Atlanta by an associate of YoungBoy's on Nov. 6, 2020 at age 26.

Lil Durk and YB have beefed for years. Durk routinely disses YoungBoy in his rap lyrics, but YB couldn't clap back because he was on house arrest.

However, YB was seen flexing his muscles in a new Instagram photo. Fans of the two rappers believe the image was a cryptic message to Lil Durk.

The day after YB was found not guilty, Lil Durk took to Instagram Live to say he was "deactivating" his Instagram page.

Fans believe Lil Durk is going ghost now that YoungBoy is back out on the streets.

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Best friends Lil Durk (left) and King Von (right) terrorized the streets of South Side Chicago until they were locked up for separate crimes in the early 2010s.

King Von, a Black Disciples gang member, had been in and out of jail since age 16.

Authorities believe Lil Durk's record label, Only the Family, is a front for OTF (Only Trey Folks), a faction of the Black Disciples gang in Chicago.

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Fulton County DA Fani Willis, who indicted YSL rappers Young Thug and Gunna on RICO racketeering and gang charges in May, says she will indict two more "high-profile rappers" on RICO charges in the next 2 months.

Sources say Willis also plans to go after record label executives for financing gang activity in her city.

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A Black woman who says she was violently attacked by a pet store owner when she asked for a refund has posted the video of their encounter.

Judea Strong captured the incident on her cell phone on June 28, 2021 at Exotics & Aquatics pet store in Roanoke, Virginia.

She said she went to the store to ask for a refund for snake food when the owner ordered her to leave the store.

When she went to return the snake food, she was told the store doesn't issue cash refunds, only store credit.

She said, after returning to the store several times, there was no one on duty to issue the store credit.

Strong's boyfriend also attempted to get store credit without success. He posted a scathing review of the business on Facebook, which angered the store owner, Daniel Rosen.

Rosen responded to the review, asking him to not come back. The store also added that if he did return, he would be escorted out.

On June 28, Strong returned to the store to get a refund. Her boyfriend remained in the car, since he was banned from the store.

Video footage shows Strong calmly asking for a refund, when Rosen, his elderly mom and his son came from behind the counter and ordered her to leave.

"His mom tries to grab me and throw me out," said Strong. "I tell them, 'don't put your hands on me.' Several people are trying to hold him back. He's absolutely enraged. He literally picks me up off the ground, carries me over to the door and throws me out," said Strong.

Her boyfriend, who by now is outside the door, grabbed Rosen and restrained him after he put his foot on Strong's chest.

Rosen later told police he put his foot on Strong's chest "to push her out."

A substitute judge found Rosen not guilty of assault earlier this week.

"For two years, her and her boyfriend came into the store belittling my employees and berating my mother," explained Rosen.

He said Strong did not record herself cursing out his mother before going to the counter. Strong denied that accusation by Rosen.

Strong decided to post the video online to draw attention to her ordeal.

"After the charges were dismissed and everything, I was like this isn't right. I can't let this happen. I want to let other people know," said Strong.

Rosen said after the video was posted on Facebook, his store received numerous racist phone calls and threats.

"I assure you I'm not a racist. I have many ethnicities working for me and I'm friends with them," said Rosen.

Strong never mention race in her post.

Twitter activist Tariq Nasheed re-posted Strong's video with the caption:

"A Black woman tried to get a refund from Exotics & Aquatics in Roanoke Virginia, and the suspected white supremacist owner and her son violently assaulted the woman."


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Kyle Rittenhouse was cleared of all charges in a Kenosha, Wisconsin courthouse on Friday.

The jury deliberated four days before delivering the not guilty verdicts.

Rittenhouse, 18, broke down in tears before leaving the courtroom a free man.

Twitter reacted with outrage and relief after the not guilty verdicts were read in open court.

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MSNBC political commentator Joy Reid tweeted: "In the Rittenhouse case, the 13th juror was the judge."

One Twitter user wrote: "No justice, again. #JacobBlake was shot 7 times by a police officer and they let that officer off... Rittenhouse is guilty no matter what the verdict."

Another person tweeted: "White Priviledge is reaI."

And a third user wrote: "Would Kyle Rittenhouse have been found not guilty if he was black?"