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Former Jesse Jackson Employee Claims He Made Him Perform Sexual & Humiliating Tasks!

A former gay employee of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition has filed a shocking complaint against Rev Jesse Jackson Sr, and the PUSH organization claiming that he was made to do sexually demoralizing acts and was fired based on his sexual orientation.

Tommy Bennett filed the lengthy complaint with the City of Chicago Commission on Human Relations.

In the complaint, Bennett who was employed by the Rainbow Coalition from 2007 – 2009, alleges that he was discriminated against shortly after taking the position by workers who refused to work with him based on his sexual orientation.

The most scandalous charges center around Rev. Jackson, who Bennett claims made him complete “humiliating” tasks while working as Jackson’s travel assistant, such as escorting women to and from the minister’s hotel and cleaning up bodily fluids by “cleaning up his room after sexual intercourse.”

Bennett who moonlighted as “Aruba Tommy” on The Tom Joyner Morning Show goes on to claim he was once instructed to rub an ointment between Jackson’s legs because he “had a rash between his legs.”

Bennett says he refused and was degraded by Jackson and called a “little motherf*cker.”

The complaint also mentions an incident where Bennett claims he was summoned to Jackson’s hotel room at 1a.m. to take notes. The complaint reads, “When Mr. Bennett arrived, Rev. Jackson was dressed only in his briefs and a v-neck t-shirt.”

Bennett claims Jackson was sexually aroused.

Bennett finally claims the he was terminated in 2009 “due to lack of funding” but says many others were hired after he was let go.

Bennett is seeking back pay and loss of wages totaling $98,300 and $350,000 for emotional stress and punitive damage. He also seeks to have PUSH’s non-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation and gender identity.

Jackson recentlty denied the claims through PUSH spokeswoman Lauren Love in a written statement which reads,

“The Rainbow PUSH Coalition and Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., unequivocally deny Tommy Bennett’s false claims of harassment, retaliation and discrimination. We are fully cooperating with the Chicago Commission on Human Relations and expect to be fully exonerated.”

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Former Rapper Young Reek Joins Philly Police Department!


Will officer Robert Acevedo Jr.’s gangster rap past keep him from protecting his community?

That is the question the Internal Affairs Division of the Philadelphia Police Department is evaluating after learning of Acevedo’s, fka Young Reek, rap videos, and the fact that he won an out-of-court police brutality settlement against the same department.

Acevedo joined the department in 2010 after giving up his rap career but his previous conduct in videos where he threatened “to shoot people and kill people” and alluded to smoking has investigators worried.

“You may have a conflict of conscience but not a conflict of interest here,” said former Philadelphia Police Commissioner John Timoney. “I don’t know how it didn’t come up in background check, but even if it did, the issues that disqualify you are drug testing and prior contact with the justice system. Being litigious won’t disqualify you.”

Would you worry if your taxes were paying a gangster rapper to protect and serve?

Source: All Hip Hop News

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Tru Life Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison!


Rap Radar reports:

Former Roc La Familia artist, Tru Life appeared at Manhattan Criminal Court today and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Tru and his brother accepted a plea deal for the 2009 stabbing death of Christopher Guerrero. Both have been charged with second-degree murder, gang assault and assault charges.

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Former NBA Player Nick Van Exels Son Confesses To Murder!

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Free (Former 106 & Park Host) Grindin & Shakin It On Stage!

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SMDH: G-Dep Turns Himself In For Murder!

G-Dep, who rocked out with Diddy and Black Rob on 2001’s “Let’s Get It” from P. Diddy & The Family:  The Saga Continues album which helped spawn the “Harlem Shake” dance to the masses, has turned himself into police for a murder he says he committed 17 years ago.

According to The New York Post, G-Dep, whose real name is Trevell Coleman, walked into the 25th Precinct in New York and confessed to the cold case.

The 36-year-old G-Dep who was 18 at the time of the crime  told police,

“I shot and killed someone 17 years ago.”

The murder  reportedly happened on October 19, 1993 outside the James Weldon Johnson Houses when G-Dep attempted to rob John Henkel.

G-Dep, whose rap name was short for “Ghetto Dependent,” grew up in those projects and told police officers he was riding a bicycle when he approached the 32-year-old Henkel  on Park Avenue and East 114th Street and announced a robbery.

The former Bad Boy records  rapper told police  detective William Dunn that Henkel resisted and grabbed his .40-caliber gun. He allegedly admitted that he pulled away and shot his victim three times in the chest.

Coleman then said  he fled and tossed the weapon into the East River.

The victim was taken  to St. Luke’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Detectives stated that the crime “had been eating away at him.”

G-Dep has been charged with murder and is currently being held without bail and has over 25 arrest since 2003 from charges that include burglary and drugs.

All you can do is pray for all those involved with this one…

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Former Miss Arizona Arrested For Kidnapping Plot!



A former beauty pageant queen is behind bars today after authorities say she orchestrated the kidnapping and torture of her ex-boyfriend.
28-year-old Kumari Fulbright, a former Miss Arizona beauty pageant contest, has been sentenced to two years in jail and six years probation.

According to the Associated Press, Fulbright’s ex told police he’d been held captive for eight hours, robbed and tortured.

The beauty queen who was named Arizona’s ‘Miss Pima County’ and ‘Miss Desert Sun’ pled guilty last year to aggravated assault and conspiracy to commit kidnapping as part of a plea agreement.


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Clipse’s Former Manager Anthony “Geezy” Gonzalez Sentenced To 32 Years…

The gavel has come down hard for Clipse former manager, Anthony Gonzalez, as he was sentenced to 32 years behind bars on Monday.

Admitting to his participation as the leader of a drug ring that accumulated $20 million, Gonzalez, 34, received the minimum sentence based off of federal guidelines with it being partially credited to the fact that he was cooperative with the government along with the fact that his past criminal record was not outstanding.

Based on his cooperation once behind bars, he may find his prison sentence lowered even more.

As the leader of the organization, Gonzalez stated that he ran things primarily from Encore Lounge, a nightclub located in Virginia Beach, which has since then been shut down.  His dealings in narcotics have been tied in connection with Tim Montgomery, an Olympic gold medalist, and Marlon Reed, former Bloods gang leader.

In his five year stint, prosecutors were able to find him responsible behind the distribution of over half a ton of cocaine, a ton of marijuana and hundreds of pounds in heroin that circulated throughout the region.

Known for his involvement within the community, many were in disbelief that Gonzalez engaged in such activity.

“These are obviously staggering amounts of drugs,” said Assistant U.S. Attorney Darryl Mitchell.  “One can only imagine what that’s done to the community.”

Now that his life has caught up with him, he can only look around and realize his misfortune and deal with the consequences ahead of him.

“I just want to say that I’m sorry to my family and I’m sorry to the community,” Gonzalez said to the U.S. District Judge Jerome B. Friedman.

Lawrence H. Woodward Jr, the attorney for Gonzalez, even added that he was very intelligent and unfortunately didn’t utilize his potential to be successful in a more positive lane.

“It’s always puzzling and sad when someone with that ability doesn’t use it for constructive purposes,” Woodward said.

He added that although his client lived a fast and luxurious life, Gonzalez knew that one day the tides would eventually turn and he would find himself behind a prison wall or dead.

Walking away in handcuffs, Gonzalez was given support with around 40 people filling the courtroom and some saying “We love you.”

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Former Outlawz Member Launches New Television Show

The Outlawz broke out onto the music scene under the friendship and guidance of Tupac until his untimely death in 1996. Now, more than a decade since his passing, one of the members is stepping back into the spotlight with a new project.

Mutah “Napoleon” Beale has been proverbially absent in music and heavily engrossed in the Nation of Islam.  Now all eyes are on him as he ventures out with a new television show to educate the masses on his widely misunderstood belief.

Beale will launch “Napoleon TV” on December 1. Named after his former Outlawz rap alias, the television program will air in Europe and North Africa on Sky’s “Up & Coming “channel where Beale will introduce “top celebrities to Islam” and explain verses of the Quran.
According to Beale, his religion is being grossly misrepresented and he told Al Arabiya News that he hopes to use the entity to educate people on Islam’s “whole” and “peaceful” nature.

“It seems like here in America the media is attacking Islam in every way possible, so I decided to use the media to give people an understanding about the true religion of Islam, which is whole and peaceful.”

The “Up & Coming” channel will also air his documentary “Life Of An Outlaw.” Expect that to be “interesting,”  as well as, it’s being produced by Mike Epps.

For more information, visit his website at http://napoleonoutlawed.com/

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Former Member Of Ma$e’s Church Calls Him A False Prophet!!!

  • “It became a hustle for Ma$e after a while dog… where he was gauging who he would talk to based around how much they were giving, that’s a problem for me.”
  • “Ma$e, he owe the church an apology…He can’t do music and the church because he start messing up when he does both.”

    Just as Murda Ma$e is gearing up to make his return, one of his church members is calling him out and exposing the “false prophet.”  Going at Betha harder than Killa Cam, Jay-Z, Beans or Jim Jones ever did, Legacy The Jesus has released “the real” (not a diss) track, letting the world know of Mase’s charlatan ways.

    In an exclusive interview with HipHopWired, Legacy discusses everything from Ma$e turning his back on his congregation and  trying to be like 50 Cent, at one point, to asking his members for their bank account numbers.

    Peep how he feels about Hip-Hop’s Reverend Ike.

    HipHopWired:  As far as the track that you sent out this morning, what’s the actual name of it?

    Legacy: Mixtapes…there ain’t really no titles dog. It ain’t really no name for it.  If I could name it, I don’t even know to tell you the truth what I would title it because it’s really an emotional record.  It’s a personal record, it’s directed to Ma$e.  It’s directed to the situations I’ve been through being in his church and then it’s also just telling you about me.  So, I don’t know man, I don’t know what to call it, you name it. [Ed. Note:  After the interview, Legacy sent out a press release that the song was entitled “Eviction.”]

    HipHopWired:  What church did you attend?

    Legacy: Ma$e’s S.A.N.E. (Saving A Nation Endangered International).   I was sitting in there for about 3 years. I know Ma$e very well.

    HipHopWired:  Obviously the track is a new  but what was it that made you decide this is the reason and why put it out now?

    Legacy: Well, it’s almost like I inherited a lot of the people who left the church.  What I mean is, a lot of people know what I do through my non-profit, it’s faith based and a lot of times the motivational talks that I do don’t allow me to express the faith side so I’m in the middle of both worlds.   I know how to talk to a spiritual congregation and I know how to talk to an audience that don’t have a clue about their spirituality.  So they always knew I was somebody that was always thinking outside the church, and I was always doing what I was going to do regardless of whether the church was going to back me or not if that makes sense.  So when I left I was seeing a slew of people that was just leaving behind me, not following me, but leaving after me.  I left for my own reasons. I didn’t go in there like Judas and try to bring people out; I just left for my own reasons.

    But then I seen literally 50, 60, 70-100 people leaving for some of the same reasons if not worse.  They all started calling me and everybody was kind of hush about it and nobody wanted to put it on blast and nobody really had the outlet.  Like I said, music is the outlet to channel your frustration and to speak your peace so I just felt man, “Why is everybody acting like they can’t ask this man what he doing?”  He dodging all kind of interviews if you really do the homework on him.   He don’t take interviews with CoCo Brother and different people because he don’t’ have an explanation for what he’s doing.  He just want people to respect it without having to explain it. So I just got fed up and did a song about it.

    HipHopWired:  You being a member of the church, what were you all thinking a few years back when he was going to be signing with 50 Cent and then he turned into Murda Ma$e again?

    Legacy: That’s the biggest problem man.  Because I believed in his vision because I was an artist myself and I always thought it’d be great if we had somebody to get co-signed by these major artists out there and come out, and even though you amongst them, it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to represent what they represent.  And you can do it respectfully.  He didn’t have to bash.  I saw and believed in what he was doing.  Oh, he got 50 co-signing.  That’s what’s up… and he telling the church we gonna do this.  We’re gonna do that but then you go back to Murda Ma$e.

    For me, I’m an investor dog.  Because I’m sewn into your ministry, you pulling us in the back room asking us to help fund your music projects because he didn’t have his label situation yet.  So he literally asking people from the church to support that so I’m an investor at this point…you understand.  And if you taking my money to do something contrary to what you told me then we got a problem.  We got to sit back at the roundtable and talk about what your motives are.

    HipHopWired:  Some of the lyrics that you say in the song… “You betray your whole church for your fan base” and he was a “false prophet and we already got enough of them.”  Can you explain those two lines?

    Legacy: What I mean by that is instead of doing what he told the church he was going to do, he went back to being loyal to what his fan base originally supported Ma$e for.  As an artist, when you come out a certain way, your fan base expects you to make them kind of records because they bought into the old Ma$e.  When he tried to transform into the new Ma$e, he didn’t have enough faith or whatever it was to carry out the assignment, so he thought he had to go back to the old Ma$e to regain his fan base.

    So really, he chose his fan base over the church and you telling us you’re going to do something and that’s why most people leave churches bro because they start making their pastor to be God.  No pastor is God, no man is perfect but you’re held to a standard.  So if you say you’re going to do something as a pastor, as a lawyer, as a doctor…whatever your profession, you got to do it and he didn’t do that so that’s what I meant by that.

    HipHopWired:  Is that where the false prophet accusation comes in?

    Legacy: Yeah, that’s why most people leave churches behind.  You can’t tell me dog, “Hey man, be faithful to your wife and I’m your pastor but I see you in the strip club with 5 hoes on your lap and your high.  That’s a false prophet. You’re not living by what you’re saying and people can take that out of context and that is what it is.  I don’t expect Ma$e to be perfect but I definitely expect him to live by what he’s  saying.  You can’t go out there doing that bro because people get deceived.

    HipHopWired:  On the track, you also say that you wanted to set up a meeting and then you, meaning the church, ya’ll members bought him a Lamborghini.  As a minister, why did he need a Lamborghini and what type of meeting were you all trying to hold with Ma$e.

    Legacy: Here’s the thing.  I’m a firm believer in… The perception people have on pastors is a little warped too.  They expect every pastor to be broke and they ain’t supposed to have nothing good.  I don’t believe in that either.  In my opinion, God owns everything and I’m gonna tell you straight up, I’m not doing what I’m doing for money.   But don’t expect me…I would never say that money is not necessary to do what I’m doing because for me to do what I’m doing it’s going to take money.

    So the perception of people thinking what do the pastor need with that Lamborghini…If the people of the church want to do something for their pastor, that’s their opinion.  There’s a lot of millionaires that support all kinds of charities, people can do what they want to do with their money. I don’t have a problem with a pastor with a Lamborghini.  What I have problem is, when we are investing in you and believing that you standing for what you say you’re standing for and then you do something totally opposite.  That’s the problem I have and that’s why most people get mad with the church because these pastors take your money and do stupid stuff with it.

    HipHopWired:  In the song you also state that Ma$e didn’t want to hear people out unless they gave him all their bank account numbers, what’s that about?

    Legacy: It became a hustle for Ma$e after a while dog. I can’t and I won’t say too much in the interview because I want to make sure people understand they got to follow the music.  I don’t want to take away any interest from my projects and stuff but a lot of stuff will be said.  But what I will say is that it became almost like a hustle after a while where he was gauging who he would talk to based around how much they were giving, that’s a problem for me.

    Because all throughout the Bible, there were people who had the least but gave the most. It’s easy for a dude with a million dollars to give a thousand.  It’s hard for a dude with a hundred dollars to give 30.  It don’t matter how much you give.  The point is that person was giving out of what he had and for you to gauge your conversations based around the amount of people giving, that’s a problem so that’s what I meant.

    HipHopWired:  Just to elaborate a little more, I’ve been to weddings at these mega churches where Pastors Creflo Dollar and Eddie Long preside and they do similar things.  If Evander Holyfield or some star or a person with a whole bunch of money was getting married, they themselves would marry them.  Now if you’re a regular member, you get passed off to an associate pastor.  So it seems throughout a lot of these churches that you can’t talk to or be in the presence of “the head man” unless you’re blessing him with gifts in some form.

    Legacy: That’s whack to me.  You see why I say Legacy to Jesus, because Jesus went everywhere bro.  People was talking about him based on the company he kept.  He went everywhere, he wasn’t no respecter of persons.  Now I understand these guys got schedules that are tight but don’t take a meeting with Holyfield and leave Lil Nook Nook on the sideline because he need just as much of that as Holyfield does.

    HipHopWired:  Last things I want to hit you with…You said you occasionally smoke a little purp (weed) but somebody in the pulpit was poking in the church.  So was he sleeping with the members of the congregation?

    Legacy: Nah, I’m not gonna say that.  I’m speaking in general about that and I was saying I admitted when I smoked a little perp because  I’ve been doing this a long time and I have a past.  I have some things where I said I came from a different background.  And I  remember where there was a time when I disclosed some of those things from my past.  I used to sell drugs, I used to smoke a lot of weed and I’d be transparent at different places and I admitted that.  And I remember there were a few instances where I speak in white, Black, Latino atmospheres.

    I used to get certain times where I had a speaking engagement, people would pull me aside and kind of ridicule the fact that I disclosed my struggles.  And I said, well how can I expect these people to be real with me if I can’t be real with them. I admitted that.  But you got pastors in the church whose poking around and nobody’s saying nothing but they mad at me because I admitted that I smoked a little perp.

    I’m not saying that about Ma$e.

    HipHopWired:  So earlier when you spoke of pastors being in the strip club, were you speaking on Ma$e or were you speaking in general?

    Legacy: I’m speaking in general. And Ma$e, this is an emotional record, not a diss record.  At the end of the song,  I said a prayer for him. I told you in the first verse that I still got love for him, but if you want to take a quote to me right now, I feel like I’m big homie to Ma$e and he’s my little brother.  And he trying to come out and play and I’m telling him no go back in the house dog. I’m out here, this grown folks.  What I’m saying is, Ma$e, he owe the church an apology.  He got to stick to that.  He can’t do music and the church because he start messing up when he does both.

    So I’m telling him go back in the house, stay at the church, don’t do that.  Let me do what you was trying to do because you messing up and that’s in love.  But I got to do it harsh because he ain’t gonna respond to that “let’s set up a meeting,”  I tried that. I tried to ask him what his motives were because I’m an artist. I understand rap better than all his congregation.  And he’s dodging me, he didn’t want to talk to me.  I’m like OK, bro. It took two years for that track to come out so I ain’t just come out trying to do a publicity stunt. Ma$e ain’t even hot right  now.  How am I doing a publicity stunt, this is just something I’m getting off my chest.

    Legacy The Jesus


    HipHopWired:  You say it’s not a publicity stunt and you seem real sincere about the issue.  But we actually did a news piece about Ma$e about to release  five mix tapes since he got out of that contract with Diddy…almost like a launching of him coming back out.

    Legacy: Good, it’s a coincidence.   I didn’t know that until the other day I just found that out.  This track been recorded about two months ago and I was getting all my stuff together. I didn’t know he was putting out a mix tape until I saw it two days ago.  So to be honest, it’s a coincidence.

    HipHopWired:  From talking to you, it’s no bitter or hatred towards Ma$e.  With that said, can ya’ll sit down and talk and is it possible that ya’ll can do music together?

    Legacy: I don’t know bro.  I think right now I’m gonna do me. Like I said, I’m every descriptive.  I said in the song I bet you’ll take a meeting now that my name is out.  Soon as I start interviews, they respect the person.  When I was trying to get the meeting when I didn’t have my name out, why didn’t he take it then. I think right now it’s going to take a little bit of breathing space and distance before we can even talk about that because I don’t know what kind of music he’s putting out. I would never say I will work with Ma$e until I see what he’s doing, understand what he’s doing, until he lets the people know because he don’t ever let the people know what he’s doing.  He just smile his way out of stuff so for me it’s like I got to watch homie right now.   I’m not gonna say I will and I’m definitely not going to say I won’t, but right now it’s not the time.

    HipHopWired:  So pretty much, this has nothing to do with you.  You just feel he has to be accountable for the people he supposedly represented in the church. You got to basically respond and let your people who you represent know exactly what you’re doing especially if you’re in a position of authority.

    Legacy: That’s exactly right.  I can’t say it better than that. Ma$e got too many yes men around him and that’s the problem he probably had with me behind the scenes.  We ain’t never sat and ate lunch together but he’s seen me every Wednesday and every Sunday at 6 a.m. and he knows exactly who I am, and I was never a yes man.  He just wanted people to co-sign him all day without an explanation and I’m not that guy, dog.  You got to tell me what you’re doing because this is people’s lives here.  People’s lives are depending on what you say and do and you can’t play with that.

    For more information on Legacy The Jesus, log on to http://www.myspace.com/legacythejesus or  http://www.andrewguerrier.com/.

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    Former Miss California Carrie Prejean Has 8 Sex Tapes & 30 Nude Photos Surface…


    There are 30 nude photos and eight sex tapes of former Miss California Carrie Prejean. It’s the most shocking turn yet in a scandal that has continued to follow the woman whose anti-gay marriage stance led to a national controversy and pitted her against pageant organizers. Stripped of her crown, Prejean sued the Miss California USA pageant but reportedly settled after the sex tape surfaced. She called the sex tape the biggest mistake of her life.

    Now a RadarOnline.com investigation has uncovered that there are SEVEN more “biggest mistakes” of her life – all of them solo performances, just like the one sex tape that the religious beauty queen has admitted to. And there are 30 photos of Carrie, most topless, some showing everything, and most taken by Carrie using her reflection in a mirror.

    On one tape Carrie is wearing just a flowing white blouse as she touches her own body in an alluring manner. Carrie can be heard moaning on a few of the tapes.

    The world’s largest porn company has obtained a copy of the Carrie Prejean solo sex tape and they’re desperately trying to release it. Vivid Entertainment tells us they obtained the tape legally, but they want Carrie to sign off on it personally before it goes wide. Good luck with that…

    Tthe solo sex tape was played in front of several people during settlement negotiations between Prejean and the Miss USA Pageant just a few weeks ago. Once Prejean saw the tape, she instantly dropped her $1 million demand.

    Vivid Prez Steven Hirsch tells TMZ, “The third party that brought the tape to Vivid affirmed that she was over 18 years of age at the time it was made.”



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    Former N.Y Giants Star Lawrence Taylor Gets Arrested……


    MIAMI — Former football star Lawrence Taylor has been released on bond following an arrest in South Florida.According to Miami-Dade County jail records, Taylor was charged Sunday with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, a second-degree misdemeanor. He was released on $500 bond later that night. It is unclear if Taylor already has an attorney.A Florida Highway Patrol spokesman says Taylor was involved in a hit-and-run crash Sunday. When he was interviewed after the collision, Taylor told investigators he thought he had hit a guard rail. There were no injuries and troopers didn’t conduct a sobriety test.Taylor was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1999. The New York Giants great also participated in ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” this year.


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    B.G Arrested For Felony Gun Possession In New Orleans

    Nola.com: B.G., a prominent local hip-hop artist, was arrested this week in eastern New Orleans and booked into jail on a felony gun charge, police said.
    Rapper Christopher Dorsey, aka B.G., has a previous arrest record
    New Orleans police arrested Christopher Dorsey, who raps under the moniker B.G., or Baby Gangsta, Tuesday night following a traffic stop in which officers recovered three guns, two of which were reported stolen, according to the New Orleans Police Department.

    Dorsey, 29, was booked with illegal carrying of weapons. He appeared in magistrate court Thursday morning, but the status of his incarceration, such as bond information, was not listed Thursday night in electronic court records maintained by the Criminal Sheriff’s Office.

    Police said Dorsey was arrested along with the two others in the vehicle, Demounde Pollard, 17, and Jerod Fedison, 28.

    Officers from the NOPD’s 7th District halted the late-model Chevrolet Tahoe after watching it commit a traffic violation, police said. They seized the three weapons, along with loaded magazines and two extended magazine clips, according to a police news release.

    Fedison and Dorsey were each booked with illegal carrying of a firearm, according to court records. Pollard was booked on multiple drug charges — including possession of hydrocodone, oxycodone and alprazolam — and two counts of illegal possession of stolen firearms, and a count of illegal carrying of a weapon.

    Dorsey, who hails from Uptown, is a solo artist and a member of the Hot Boys ensemble, which boasts such big names as Li’l Wayne, Juvenile and Young Turk. He signed with Cash Money Records at the age of 13.

    A former drug dealer who admitted to dabbling in heroin, he released an album several years ago with the Chopper City Boyz that debuted at No. 20 on a Billboard Chart. He also became chief executive officer of Chopper City Records, a Metairie-based label.

    A spokeswoman for the label declined to comment on his arrest Thursday.

    Dorsey has been arrested several times this year. He was arrested in New Orleans in June and booked into jail on drug charges. He is scheduled to appear in court next week on that case. He was also briefly held in jail this summer on an outstanding warrant from Texas, court records show, without indicating the nature of that case. The case was dropped a month later.

    He was also arrested in March on drug charges in Jefferson Parish, according to court records. Prosecutors dismissed the case in August.


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