Travis Scott’s Attorneys Slam Officials for “Inconsistent Messages” on Astroworld Tragedy

Travis Scott

Travis Scott’s lawyer claims that officials have conveyed “inconsistent messages” in the aftermath of the horrific Astroworld Festival tragedy. Scott’s lawyer, Edwin F. McPherson, said in a statement to PEOPLE on Wednesday that city authorities have been “finger-pointing” and “sending inconsistent messages and backtracking from original statements” over Friday’s events. …

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Millennium Tour Miami Stop: Trina Talks ‘Special’ Upcoming R&B Project, Ja Rule Shares His Favorite Artists and Soulja Boy Reveals a New Movie is on the Way

Trina, Ja Rule, Soulja Boy

The 2021 Millennium Tour had everyone outside on Saturday, November 5, at the FTX Arena in Miami. OG artists like Omarion, Bow Wow, Ashanti, and Lloyd graced the stage with some of their hottest, most popular songs from the 2000s. Appearances from the Ying Yang Twins, Pretty Ricky, and “The …

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Former Oklahoma County Jail Inmates Seeking $75,000 in Damages After They Say They Were Forced to Listen to ‘Baby Shark’ for Hours

Three former inmates are suing the management staff of an Oklahoma County Jail after they were forced to listen to the viral song “Baby Shark.” According to court documents obtained by Insider, Daniel Hedrick, Joseph “Joey” Mitchell, and John Basco filed a federal complaint on Tuesday seeking $75,000 in damages …

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Grammy-Winning Jazz Artist Irvin Mayfield to Serve 18 Months in Federal Prison for Defrauding New Orleans Public Library Foundation

Irvin Mayfield, jazz musician

Grammy-winning jazz artist Irvin Mayfield and his business partner Ronald Markham were sentenced to 18 months in federal prison. The two pleaded guilty to a conspiracy that cheated the New Orleans Public Library Foundation out of $1.3 million. U.S. District Judge Jay C. Zainey ordered the two to pay $1.123 …

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Boston Student Facing Assault and Battery Charges After Knocking Her School’s Principal Unconscious

Dr. William W. Henderson K-12 Inclusion Schools Upper Principal Patricia Lampron

A 16-year-old Boston girl was arrested on Wednesday after reportedly knocking her school principal unconscious during dismissal in a “very violent” attack. At Dr. William W. Henderson K-12 Inclusion Schools Upper Campus, witnesses say that the girl punched principal Patricia Lampron in the head and assaulted another staff member. Before the …

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