Suge Knight Loses Phone and Visitor Privileges in Jail

Marion Hugh "Suge" Knight, Thomas Mesereau

Suge Knight’s access to visitors and phone calls have been shut off at the request of sheriff’s investigators, according to Billboard.

Court records show Los Angeles Superior Court Judge William C. Ryan on Jan. 29 cut Knight’s access to phone calls and non-attorney visitors, the website reports. The order was issued at the request of a sheriff’s detective investigating Knight’s murder case, in which he is charged with running over two men, killing one, outside a Compton burger stand in January 2015.

Details about what prompted the order to restrict Knight’s access to visitors are under seal.

The order came a week after Knight hired his fifth lawyer in the case. As previously reported, he fired criminal defense lawyer Thomas Mesereau and hired former prosecutor Stephen Schwartz.

Court records show the sheriff’s request to restrict Knight’s jail privileges had been received a week earlier. Judge Ronald Coen, who is handling separate murder and robbery cases against Suge, asked that the sheriff’s request about jail issues be assigned to a different judge.

Knight is being held on $10 million bail and has pleaded not guilty. Sheriff’s officials first asked for Knight’s access to all non-attorney visitors to be restricted in March 2015, and Coen approved the restrictions.

Since then, Knight had steadily regained access to several other visitors. Court records indicate Coen allowed Knight visits from his parents, seven of his children, two spiritual advisers, 11 attorneys, a bail bond agent and any notary public.

Under the new order, Knight loses all mail, phone and visitation privileges from everyone except his attorneys, Culpepper and Schwartz, and they are only allowed to visit him outside regular visiting hours. While Knight can speak by telephone with his attorneys, Ryan’s order states Knight’s lawyers cannot conduct a conference call or transfer the call to anyone else.

Knight faces potential life sentences if convicted in either case because of prior convictions for armed robbery and assault with a gun.


Wiz Khalifa Inks Deal to Release Own Line of Weed Strains

Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa is expanding his weed portfolio.

The rapper, who already has a partnership with RAW Rolling Papers to sell smoking products, has partnered with Colorado-based company RiverRock Cannabis to create and manufacture his own line of regulated marijuana strains, products and concentrates.

“These products have taken years to perfect,” said the rapper, 27, who will curate an variety of products, including the “Khalifa Kush” flower and concentrates. “I’m really excited to finally share them with the public and to work with RiverRock to raise awareness and end cannabis prohibition nationwide.”

The RiverRock partnership follows Friday’s release of his latest album KHALIFA, which includes the track “Bake Sale.”


Future – EVOL (Album Stream)

As promised Future delivers his latest album titled “EVOL.” The 11-track project features The Weeknd. You can purchase it now from iTunes

1. Ain’t No Time
2. In Her Mouth
3. Maybach
4. Xanny Family
5. Lil Haiti Baby
6. Photo Copied
7. Seven Rings
8. Lie to Me
9. Program
10. Low Life (feat. The Weeknd)
11. Fly S*** Only

Wiz Khalifa – Khalifa (Album Stream)

Taylor Gang boss Wiz Khalifa gets some quality assists on his new album, “Khalifa.” He locked down features from Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Chevy Woods, Rico Love, Juicy J and more. The project is available for purchase now on iTunes


1. BTS
2. Celebrate (feat. Rico Love)
3. Elevated
4. City View (feat. Courtney Noelle)
5. Cowboy
6. Bake Sale (feat. Travis Scott)
7. Call Waiting
8. Make A Play
9. Most Of Us
10. Zoney (feat. Sebastian)
11. Lit (feat. Ty Dolla Sign)
12. No Permission (feat. Chevy Woods)
13. iSay (feat. Juicy J)

Nicki Minaj Comes For Miley & Kylie in ‘Down in the DM’ Remix (Listen)

Nicki Minaj looks at herself in a mirror during the game between the Golden State Warriors and Philadelphia 76ers on January 30, 2016 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Nicki Minaj is asking “Wuss good?” to a number of folks in Yo Gotti’s remix of “Down in the DM.”

 The rapper has two verses on the updated track, one of which has her repeating the “Wuss good?” phrase she famously threw toward Miley Cyrus during their 2015 VMA tiff. In the remix, she uses the phrase toward Miley again, as well as Kylie Jenner, referring to her plumped up lips; and Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, referring to his bank account.

She rhymes: “Felt them thick lips and got wood/He said, ‘Kylie wuss good?’ I said, ‘Miley wuss good?’/I said, ‘Could you pay my bills like O’Reilly? Wuss good?’/I just sit back and observe/All these n***as/that I done curved/If it go down in your DM then baby boy, you lucky/Cause 99.9% of these f**kboys can’t f**k me.”

Listen to the NSFW “Down in the DM” remix below:

Kanye West – 2004 Tim Westwood Freestyle (Unreleased)

Tim Westwood
 shares an unreleased freestyle from Kanye West which dates back toJanuary 2004 before The College Dropout was released. Yeezy goes in over the “Slow Jamz,” “Change Clothes” and “Stand Up” instrumentals as Dame Dash and Biggs watch him do his thing. His rhymes ended up on various songs, including Dwele’s “Hold On” remix, Dilated Peoples’ “This Way” and Jadakiss’ “Gettin It In.”

Check out the freestyle below.


Boosie Badazz – Out My Feelings (In My Past) (Album Stream)

Boosie Badazz releases yet another new album. He follows up “In My Feelings. (Goin Thru It)” with “Out My Feelings (In My Past).” Stream it up top.


01. Problem
02. Takem Back
03. Real N****
04. Choppaz n’ Gunz
05. Look at Life Different
06. Mann
07. Got It on Me
08. The Truth
09. Big Blue Hundreds
10. True
11. Wanna B Heard
12. World War 6
13. Bg S***
14. Uncle Tone
15. Park It Lik Bih
16. All That Mixed n’ One
17. New School / Old School
18. Who Finished?

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