Here’s a dope new music video from the L.E.P. Bogus boys for their latest single titled “Sleep” which is set to be featured on the group’s forthcoming Don’t Feed Da Killaz 4 project. The black and white visual takes the cinematic approach and demonstrates an example of the harsh realities that come with the drug game. Blinded by his selfishness and cold heart, watch as a crooked business associate allows his greed for material items, cash and a flashy street lifestyle get in the way of protecting his loved ones.
Where was he trying to go? What was his next plan? Take a look at some raw footage of Short getting his run on and TMZ’s broadcast follow up for their show.
Rapper Too Short was pulled over for DUI and after a sobriety test that didn’t go so well, he BOLTED the scene. Cops caught up, arrested him and when they got back to the station, they found drugs in the back of the police car. But Too Short has a defense: They’re not his! CASE DISMISSED!
Mendeecees Harris is claiming to be not guilty of charges that he trafficked millions of dollars in drugs. The Love & Hip Hop New York star appeared in court Friday (March 8) to enter his plea, and could be facing a mandatory 20-year-sentence for federal drug conspiracy, if convicted.
Harris, 33, showed up to the federal court in Rochester, N.Y., handcuffed and wearing a green prison jumpsuit. The stiff sentence may be handed down to the reality star given a previous Maryland drug conviction in Maryland.
During the hearing, U.S Magistrate Judge Jonathon Feldman announced that he would request Harris be denied bail. However, his lawyer, Donald Thompson, was set to ask for a bail hearing. A court conference to handle the matter has been scheduled for tomorrow.
Prosecutors accuse Harris, and two cohorts, Ronald Walker, and Tyrus Harris— the latter of which is brother to the father of two—of traffickingg $2.5 million worth of coke and heroin from 2005 through last summer. In August 2012, the fed seized more than $1.5 million in cash from a safety deposit box found in a house believed to be connecting to the crime, plus thousands of dollars in jewelry and watches.
Walker and Tyrus have both pleaded not guilty.
Harris surrendered to authorities in late January. His most recent legal troubles come on the heels of a not guilty conviction on allegations that he sexually abused a teenager.
His girlfriend,Yandy Smith, stood by his side throughout the abuse trial, releasing a statement after he was absolved of wrongdoing.