Meek Mill Charged With Assault After St. Louis Airport Fight.


Meek Mill is in some hot water after an altercation at the airport.

According to TMZ reports, Meek Mill was charged with assault Wednesday at St. Louis International Airport after an airport employee on the hunt for a pic triggered a fight … TMZ has learned.
We’re told the airport employee wanted a photo with Meek but the rapper wasn’t having it … and an altercation ensued.
Airport police were called and Meek, along with 2 airport employees, was charged with misdemeanor assault. They were given a summons to appear in court in lieu of arrest.


Azealia Banks strikes a plea deal in boob-biting case.


A little over a week ago, Yesterday a bench warrant was issued for Azealia Banks after she skipped her court date in New York for Fashion Week in Paris.

The warrant has been rescinded…

Azealia Banks was in court for her hearing yesterday where she apologized for missing court the day before.

Here is the latest update on that.
Erratic rapper Azealia Banks took a plea deal in her boob-biting case Wednesday — just as her trial was slated to begin.

Banks, 25, copped to third-degree assault, the top count against her, in exchange for a deferred no-jail sentence for a bizarre altercation at Up & Down nightclub in December 2015.

Cynthia Bailey’s Divorce is Final.


Real Housewives of Atlanta cast mate Cynthia Bailey confirms her divorce from Peter Thomas is final…

Cynthia tells The Daily Dish

“Yes, I am officially divorced, and I have officially started dating.”

“I feel like I’ve been talking about my divorce for a very long time. You know, we’ve been separated for over a year, and just this whole process has been a lot, just mentally and emotionally, and I’m not saying, ‘Yay, I’m so happy to be divorced, but I’m kind of saying, ‘Yay, I’m so happy that it’s finally over.’”

911 dispatcher, police officer suspended for roles in Tamir Rice shooting.

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Back in April last year, The city of Cleveland has agreed to pay Tamir Rice’s family $6 million to settle a federal lawsuit filed over the boy’s November 2014 shooting death by city police.

Here’s an update on the situation.

A 911 dispatcher who took a call that led to a white police officer’s fatal shooting of a 12-year-old black boy outside a recreation center has been suspended for eight days.

Police Chief Calvin Williams found in a disciplinary letter dated March 10 that Constance Hollinger violated protocol the day of the shooting of Tamir Rice, who had been playing with a pellet gun.

Cleveland safety director Michael McGrath also handed down a two-day suspension for police officer William Cunningham, who was working off duty without permission at the Cleveland rec center where Rice was shot.

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