Tekashi 6ix9ine's $30Ok Bounty On Tadoe: Cops Know He Outted Himself

On November 23rd, a video surfaced by which Tekashi 6ix9ine might be heard ordering a success on Chief Keef’s cousin Tadoe – his precise phrases: “Yo, I gotta thirty pack on him proper now, swear to God I gotta thirty pack. Thirty thou money.” It took regulation enforcement a few week to decipher his coded language, however now that they’ve, Tekashi stands a few zero to 10 p.c likelihood exiting this “zero-sum sport.” The NYPD hasn’t filed expenses, however they all the time can.

“This is not any coincidence,” a regulation enforcement ficial with perception informed TMZ. “We consider the video is immediately associated to the crime. We consider Tekashi 6ix9ine ordered the hit on Tadoe—who we now consider is the meant goal.”

It is being reported that cops in NY have constructed their case round two individuals pursuits within the Time Square capturing involving Chief Keef and “unknown assailants” believed to be related to Tekashi 6ix9ine. Chief Keef grew to become embroiled in a feud with Tekashi by advantage defending his cousin Tadoe, whom the BK rapper had emasculated on social media earlier within the week. If you recall, Tekashi made allusions to “stealing Cuban Doll from Tadoe” by posing together with her on Instagram, with their relationship standing on tenuous floor.

Whitey Bulger, Mobster Who Inspired "The Departed" Likely Clipped For "Snitching"

The 89-year previous man who impressed the Scorsese movie The Departed died days in the past in his jail cell, after a life committing probably the most heinous crimes. James (Whitey) Bulger’s monitor report speaks for itself. The Irish American mobster racked up a rap sheet that included a number of levels homicide, extortion, double-crossing, and worst all: a penchant for snitching on rival gang leaders, the latter being the explanation he was doubtless focused in his jail cell by a employed hand working throughout the partitions  the penitentiary. 

Before his incarceration in a state jail, Bulger was going through two inevitabilities: the retribution his rivals, and his impending arrest by federal brokers. So when information broke on Tuesday that Bulger had been murdered in his jail cell, only a few on “the within” had been stunned. 

“Anyone in felony exercise with him feels grossly betrayed that he was informing on them whereas he was supposedly their comrade and buddy,” Michael Kendall, a former federal prosecutor prompt to the New York Times as he accounted for the numerous wronged people who might be answerable for ordering his hit. “And anybody dedicated to regulation enforcement wouldn’t think about him a official informant, as a result of he simply manipulated regulation enforcement to hold out felony exercise — together with murders.”

The 4 males suspected finishing up the homicide  Bulger stormed into his jail cell, one wielding a “lock in a sock,” the opposite their naked arms. After overpowering him, they seemingly tried to take away his tongue from his mouth. None it was captured on surveillance tape.

Afterwards, the 4 merely changed their sullied jail clothes, going about their day in an informal method.

Le'Veon Bell Appears To Diss LeSean McCoy On His New Rap EP

No revised contract, no problem says Le’Veon Bell. The Pittsburgh Steelers’ franchise running back is at odds with his employers over a salary dispute, and is willing to boycott training camp until ownership changes their tune. In the meantime, Bell will make good use his free time by furthering his rap career. His new EP My Side Things is readily available on all streaming platforms for purchase or play. 

But in a twist fate, it’s not Steeler’s management, but fellow NFLer LeSean McCoy that ends on the receiving end a subliminal chair shot on his EP. On “The Table” Le’Veon references the incident in which McCoy was accused posting on the jewelry he’d purchased his ex-girlfriend. Bell refers to McCoy as “Shady,” a nickname bestowed by his mother because his mood swings as a child.

“We’re not about to play around, if you play around get exposed
I got homies there to take you out if certain information gets disclosed
All these n***as acting shady, just please don’t make me pull a Shady
We’re not about to play around, if you play around get exposed
I got homies there to take you out if certain information gets disclosed
All these women want my baby, just please don’t make me pull a Shady.”

See who else got the wrong end the stick on My Side Things.

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Colombian Mafia Puts $70,000 Bounty On Sniffer Dog

Usually, bounties get put on the heads humans and even then, the bounty seems more like a relic the Wild West than a day-to-day 21st century occurrence. But, in Colombia bounties are alive and well and they get placed on dogs. 

A sniffer dog for the Colombian police, with the cute/scary name Sombra (Shadow in English), has been named as the target a $70,000 bounty by the Urabeños mafia. The Urabeños are, according to CNN, “one Colombia’s most powerful criminal groups,” trafficking in enough cocaine that one dog could seize 9 tons it. That dog, as you may have guessed, is Sombra.

In the above tweet, General Jorge Nieto, comments on the bounty, saying that Sombra has helped the Colombian Anti-Narcotics Police capture 245 people before turning six years old.

This record arrests and drug seizures has led Sombra to be referred to as “the torment ‘Otoniel,'” who is the head the Urabeños mafia. The dog has already received recognition for her work in the form two “K-9 Medals Courage” and is set to receive another later this year. All the attention around Sombra seems to be benefitting the Colombian cops, as they’re taking the dog on what seems like a press tour, even appearing on a Colombian morning show:

Sombra is currently being held at the Bogota airport for (obvious) safety reasons.