Monday, February 09, 2015

Big Suge Going Up The Creek Without A Paddle!

If I could take back what happen? Big Suge knows his days of freedom are over!

There were things going on in the junk food media that happen to catch my radar.

First and foremost, we here at Journal de la Reyna send our condolences to the family of The Jacka, a Bay Area rapper who was gunned down this week. He was a veteran of the hip-hop movement. He was associated with C-Bo and collaborated with E-40, Spice-1 and Yukmouth.

Dominic Newton (August 1977 – February 2, 2015), better known by his stage name The Jacka, was an American rapper from Pittsburg, California. The Jacka got his start with his group, Mob Figaz, whose first album, C-Bo's Mob Figaz, was released in 1999. Newton converted to Islam at a young age and changed his name to Shaheed Akbar. On February 2, 2015, he was fatally shot by an unidentified gunman in Oakland.

Prior to his death, he owned his own label entitled The Artist Records.

Down the way, Big Suge got denied bail. Marion "Suge" Knight the former co-founder of Death Row Records is charged for murder after his vehicle ran over two men killing one. He was trying to start trouble for The Good Doc while he was in Compton. Dr. Dre was there for the filming of the N.W.A. movie and it was a closed set. Big Suge decided to broker a "peace treaty" with his longtime rival.

Apparently Dre didn't get the word. His security cleared Big Suge off the set. There was a lot of yelling and thuggery. And out of nowhere, someone jumps into the vehicle and peels out running over the victim.

Suge still sticking to the code, telling the junk food media and his P.O. that he's not the driver and it was an accident. This accident is the final straw for the music mogul. He's already facing a charge of smacking up a photographer last year and this charge trumped up everything.

He's a doomed celebrity. If found guilty, he could face life in the iron college. Seriously, it would be a 5 - 20 year stay if it wasn't for the fact that Knight has a history of violence and he's part of the Cali three strikes system.

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