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    a week ago i watched this story on FOX news channel (like cnn) and they talked about how the police are undercover following big rappers around saying that they are "protecting them" (notice how i use quotes) the majority of the time they were talking about the biggest beef ever: ja rule vs. 50 cent/eminem and on the bottom of the screen it named all of the rappers who are being followed around which include eminem, 50 cent, ja rule, p diddy, dmx, jay z, jadakiss, nas

    i think they are tryin to wait and see if theres goin to be a conflict wen someone meets someone like ja and em and then bust the both of them....those bastards, "protecting them my ass" (arguingsm wut do u guys think?

  • #2
    Are you fucking stupid?

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    • #3
      lol
      ITS BE MOTHER*UCKER

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      • #4
        Ur an idiot
        Sounds Like You That Was My Intention
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        • #5
          this is true...u fuckin dumshits...www. hip hop game .com « they have it on there tooo
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          • #6
            Well,in fact it is true:

            Police secretly watching hip-hop celebs
            MIAMI (AP) — Police say they are secretly monitoring hip-hop stars P. Diddy, DMX and others in South Florida to protect them, but celebrities and critics see the surveillance as unnecessary and racist.
            Officers in Miami and Miami Beach have photographed rappers and their entourages at Miami International Airport and staked out hotels, video shoots and nightclubs while consulting 6-inch-thick dossiers of rappers and associates with arrest records in New York state, The Miami Herald reported.

            "We have to keep an eye on these rivalries," said Assistant Miami Beach Police Chief Charles Press. "The last thing we need in this city is violence."

            Some experts believe the sweeping surveillance of a genre of musicians is unprecedented.

            "There's been no shortage of rock stars and other musicians" scrutinized by police, said Anthony DeCurtis, contributing editor at Rolling Stone magazine. "But there has never been anything like this."

            Miami Beach and Miami police did not immediately respond to calls Wednesday for additional comment.

            Police began gathering intelligence on rap artists after the Memorial Day 2001 weekend, when 250,000 hip-hop fans flocked to South Beach for four days of parties hosted by their favorite rappers. More than 210 people were arrested, double usual number, most for disorderly conduct and intoxication.

            Although no major rap artists were arrested, police decided to learn the nuances of hip-hop culture, Press said.

            "Nobody on the beach had a handle on who the players were," Press said. "We didn't know anything. We didn't know who were the big record labels, who were the kingpins. We didn't know why there were rivalries with Ja Rule and Eminem."

            Officers were sent to New York for a three-day training session in May, along with police from Los Angeles, Atlanta and other cities. That's where they received the dossiers, said Miami police Sgt. Rafael Tapanes.

            "This kind of conduct shows insensitivity to constitutional limitations," said Nova Southeastern University law professor and constitutional law expert Bruce Rogow. He represented 2 Live Crew when the rap group was prosecuted for obscenity in the early '90s. "It also implicates racial stereotyping."

            Only one of 97 officers in supervisory positions at the Miami Beach police department is black. Miami has 226 ranking officers and 26 are black.

            "The cities should take taxpayer dollars and put them toward something else," said Luther Campbell, the former 2 Live Crew rapper.


            http://www.usatoday.com/life/people/...e_x.htm?csp=27
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            • #7
              Yeah, i already heard that story a while ago.

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              • #8
                shit stop bein harsh, my thread would of probaly did better in the hip-hop or general news forum

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                • #9
                  this kind of shit got tony yayo in jail

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                  • #10
                    damn man thats fucked up, well in a way its good, if someone pulls a gun or shootin starts, at least the cops will be there to get shit under control you know? but yea, they are "protecting" them

                    good thread
                    i have a belly full of white dog poop and you lay this shit on me?

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