Jeezy Posts Bail; Pleads "Not Guilty" Of Possession of AK-47
After being locked up on weapons charges, stemming from a late night bust in California last Sunday, Jeezy has posted bail (which was set at a cool $1 million).
CTE's Steve "Steve-O" Carless revealed the news to MTV.
“All six men have posted bail and are currently being processed. They will be out shortly.”
The Snowman has pleaded not guilty to the charges. His next court date is scheduled for September 5th, three days after his new album Seen It All is released.
The timing on Slicc Pulla's remix of Jeezy's "Seen It All" is quite spectacular. Moments after the CTE general showed his support for his incarcerated boss, the Snowman posts bail and is once again a free man.
New Music: Bobby Shmurda f/ Jah X, Junior Reid, Mavado, & Popcaan – ‘Hot Ni**a (Reggae Remix)’
The remixes keep coming. Everyone from Jeezy to Lil Mama has remixed Bobby Shmurda’s New York anthem “Hot Ni**a,” and now the Brooklyn rapper takes the Shmoney Dance to the islands on the official reggae mix featuring Jamaican superstars Jah X, Junior Reid, Mavado, and Popcaan.
Earlier this week, Bobby joined Drake on stage during the “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” tour in New Jersey.
Get down to the dancehall sound.
XO XO XO. Hot on the heels of his “Often” video, The Weeknd touches down in T-Dot in the dark and provocative video for “King of the Fall.”
The Canadian crooner throws a house party with tons of women (of course) and even ventures outside (gasp) in the daytime with his fashionable crew. He pulls up to an underground party in his G-Class Grey Matic and witnesses plenty of girl-on-girl action.
Look for more new music from The Weeknd later this year. On September 19, he will kick off his four-city “King of the Fall” tour with ScHoolboy Q and Jhené Aiko, with stops in New York, Toronto, L.A., and San Francisco.
Watch him own the night.
A day after The Game dropped his all-star anthem “Don’t Shoot,” Ma$e leads his own march on a protest anthem called “Politically Incorrect.” The Harlem rapper sounds off on Ferguson, Mike Brown, and George Zimmerman on the compelling record.
“I’m politically incorrect / I never sell my own out for a check / They say that I’m from generation X / ADD, ni**as don’t know what I’m gon’ do next,” raps Ma$e, who is readying his album Now We Even.