DMX Voluntarily Checks Into Rehab Program

DMX Voluntarily Checks Into Rehab Program

DMX is entering an inpatient rehab program, a court filing indicates. The rapper, whose birth name is Earl Simmons, tested positive for cocaine and pot several times while out on bail for his federal tax fraud case. Manhattan Federal Judge Jed Rakoff ordered him to home confinement following the failed drug tests. Shortly thereafter, DMX asked Rakoff for approval to travel for work. Rakoff decided Friday that DMX could travel to Atlanta for a gig — … Continue reading

Kodak Black to Remain in Jail

Kodak Black to Remain in Jail

The Florida native’s scheduled March 10 court date concluded on an unresolved note, according to the Sun Sentinel. The rapper will attend a continuation of the hearing on March 20. The March 10 hearing was held to determine if there was enough evidence to consider Kodak a “danger” to Broward County residents. He was sent back to prison after a probation report revealed that he had violated the terms of his house arrest by attending … Continue reading

LHHATL’s Scrapp Deleon Is In Jail

Love and Hip Hop Atlanta may need to find a new cast member for its next season. According to explosive documents, exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, Will Cortez Robinson, a.k.a. Scrapp Deleon, is currently in jail! The 28-year-old rapper was found guilty for trafficking marijuana in Taliaferro County, Georgia, in January 2016, according to court documents obtained by Radar. “The defendant is sentenced to a total of 20 years, with the first 5 years to be … Continue reading

Katt Williams Released on $60,000 Bond

According to Billboard, Katt Williams was released on $60,000 bond after allegedly threatening to kill his bodyguard, Corey Dixon, during an attack inside the comedian’s Georgia home. Katt was reportedly ordered to stay away from the bodyguard and abstain from drug and alcohol use. Katt’s attorneys said that he would surrender his passport while out on bond, as he faces charges of terroristic threats, false imprisonment and aggravated assault. SOURCE: VLADTV