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Immigrants In Prison Means More Money For Corporations
Cash rules everything around us.
Gucci Mane Releases First Post Prison Song, “First Day Out Tha Feds”
Guwop rolls back into the mix with a brand new Mike Will Made It-produced track.
Rapper Tru Life Released from Prison
The NYC rapper returns home from the belly of the beast.
Migos’ Offset Experiences Setback In Being Released From Jail
Migos' third member is hurting, man.
Interview: Ja Rule Wants To Set A New Example With ‘Follow The Rules’
Ja Rule talks to about how he has transformed into the ultimate family man.
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John Legend Lends Voice For Prison Reform, Urges To End The War On Drugs
John Legend acknowledges that we are all just ordinary people, but the way we penalize non-violent crimes isn’t quite so. The singer/songwriter penned a piece…
Obama Becomes First Sitting President to Go Inside a Federal Prison
President Barack Obama told the NAACP that he wanted to reform the American prison system. In an effort to become more knowledgeable of conditions, he…
Despite What You May Have Heard, Gucci Mane Has No Release Date
Gucci Mane's release date is still very much in the air.
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CNBC To Premiere ‘White Collar Convicts: Life On The Inside’ Documentary Feat. Ja Rule
CNBC is set to launch a new riveting documentary titled White Collar Convicts: Life On The Inside which will focus on the uncut look at…
Bobby Shmurda Calls HOT97 From Prison
Miley Cyrus’ VMA Date Jesse Helt Will Serve Six Months in Jail
Jesse Helt, Miley Cyrus' homeless date to the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, was sentenced on Tuesday to six months in jail for a probation…
Music Industry Insiders Weigh In On Remy Ma’s Release From Prison
Remy Ma Released From Prison
10 Rappers Who Went To Jail At The Worst Possible Time
First things first: There's no "good" time for a rapper to go to jail. No matter which way you slice it, jail/prison sucks—and we hate…
“Party Monster” Michael Alig Speaks Out In Post-Prison Interview
The "Party Monster" talks about drugs, technology, and the night that changed his life.
Prisoner Sues Bey-Z For Stealing Song Lyrics
Celebrities have been getting lawsuits thrown at them every which way, but this one certainly came from left field. Richard Dupree—an inmate at…
Columbus Short Turns Himself In and Denies Domestic Abuse Charges
Yesterday (Mar. 26), after receiving bad press for his scandalous bar fight in Los Angeles last week, an L.A. judge issued a warrant…
Petey Pablo Released From Prison, Plans To Get Back In The Studio With Timbaland
Petey Pablo was released from federal prison on Thursday (Mar. 13), after serving a 35-month sentence for a stolen firearm charge in 2010. Now, the…
Interview: Lil’ Boosie: ‘I’m Working On Straight Album Music’
30 People Who Are Excited, Indifferent Or Confused About Boosie’s Prison Release
Lil Boosie, the New Orleans rapper considered a hood ambassador, has been released from prison and rap fans are excited... Well, some are also confused…
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