Justin Bieber has been the target of the media ever since he's attempted to take on a 'bad boy' persona. We've seen the Biebz and his friends Lil Twist and Lil Za with mountains of trouble in recent times, specifically, they egged a neighbor's house and in turn Bieber's house was raided by police.
Following in the footsteps of fellow veteran rapper Flavor Flav, Coolio is in trouble with the law for assaulting his girlfriend. The rapper allegedly pushed his girlfriend to the ground, and then punched her in the face, when he brought another woman home.
Miguel was reportedly arrested for a DUI in L.A. early this morning, which is the first run-in he's had with the cops since blowing up. Hopefully he doesn't follow in the footsteps filled with legal troubles of his fellow r'n'b singer Chris Brown.
Ryan Leslie is facing a new lawsuit from an NYPD officer, for using the detective's voicemail in a song he released back in 2011, "Joan Of Arc." The rapper faced legal troubles earlier this year, when he was taken to court and ordered to pay $1 million reward money to the finder of his laptop.
Justin Bieber's BFF Lil Twist seems to be a lil troublemaker. Just the other month YMCMB signee Lil Twist was arrested for a DUI, while driving his buddy Bieber's Fisker Karma. Twist is in trouble with the cops once more.
Near the end of June, Lil Snupe, a rising rapper from New Orleans, was tragically shot dead. The suspect in Snupe's murder turned himself in a few days later, but now cops have arrested a second suspect in the murder of the Dreamchaser artist.
50 Cent is usually one to keep his private life just that-- private. But recently some incidents have come to light which are tarnishing his reputation, and in the process, he's apparently losing gigs. Last week it was reported that Fif was charged with domestic violence, for kicking down a door and his baby mama.
On June 21st we reported on the death of Lil Snupe, a rising rapper who had been signed to Meek Mill's Dreamchasers imprint. The rapper was shot dead, reportedly over a bet on a video game. Last we reported the suspect in the shooting had been identified as 36-year-old Tony D. Holden.
Lil Reese got himself into some trouble over the weekend, which lead to his arrest. Reese found himself back in court this past Sunday for the second time in less than two months, as CBS Chicago reports, this time because of a misdemeanor theft charge.
Just a regular day in the life of Chief Keef. The rapper has reportedly been arrested, yet again.
It appears Keef hasn't taken Gucci's advice, as he was arrested upon LEAVING court today. At this time, the charges of the arrest are unknown and the story is still developping, so we'll keep you updated.