The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating an incident at a downtown 7/11 when a rapper pulled a gun — all of it caught on video.
“Lil Xan whipped out a handgun and pointed it at a man who demanded to know why the rapper once called Tupac “boring” … and now LAPD is investigating,” TMZ reported.
The incident allegedly began with a difference of opinion as to the excitement of listening to the music of legendary rapper and civil rights activist Tupac Shakur.
“TMZ obtained this video of the altercation which went down shortly before 10 PM Friday in a 7/11 parking lot near downtown L.A. The person shooting the video says he asked Xan why he ‘talked sh*t’ about Tupac last year in an interview,” the site noted.
Xan used the N-word in his outburst.
“What the f*ck you want, bruh?? Get the f*ck out, n***a!” he shouted.
The rapper is best known for the 2017 song “Betrayed,” which reached number 64 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Xan, for his part, lashed out at fans of Tupac in a statement.
“F*ck all you old head ass b*tches still talking bout that 2pac shit,” Xan said.
‘Sweep that weasel out’: Cory Gardner triggers outrage by supporting Supreme Court power grab
On Monday, Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), one of the most vulnerable Republicans up for re-election in the Senate, made clear he will support President Donald Trump filling the Supreme Court vacancy.
His announcement triggered immediate outrage on social media.
Cory Gardner effectively just conceded his election. https://t.co/hOvzXsp9bc
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) September 21, 2020
Democrats reveal huge fundraising hauls in Senate races after RBG’s death
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"From Alaska to Maine to the Carolinas, Democratic strategists working on Senate campaigns described a spontaneous outpouring of donations the likes of which they had never seen, allowing Democrats the financial freedom to broaden the map of pickup opportunities, or press their financial advantage in top battlegrounds already saturated with advertising," The New York Times reported Monday.
Bank account used for Trump’s hush money payments got cash linked to Russian oligarch: Andrew Weissmann
The latest bombshell book on the Trump administration reveals new details on the special counsel investigation into the president's relationship with Moscow.
"The team led by Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, failed to do everything it could to determine what happened in the 2016 election, shying away from steps like subpoenaing President Trump and scrutinizing his finances out of fear he would fire them, one of Mr. Mueller’s top lieutenants argued in the first insider account of the inquiry," The New York Times reported Monday.