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L.A. DA Under Fire to File Felony Assault Charges Against LAPD Cop for Unprovoked Beating / WATCH

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*In essence, here’s what’s happening. Civil rights leaders are demanding that Los Angeles County DA Jackie Lacey file felony assault charges against LAPD Officer Frank Hernandez.

The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson and Najee Ali,  President of Project Islamic Hope are calling for a fast track investigation and are demanding that L.A. County District Attorney Jackie Lacey file assault charges against Hernandez who was caught on video brutally beating an unarmed non-resistant suspect in Boyle Heights. You can see the video above.

Hernandez has a violent history on the LAPD and has been involved in three prior officer-involved shootings, according to a press release from the LAUPR and Project Islamic Hope.

“Hernandez was not a trained, professional officer, but a violent thug when he beat the defenseless suspect in Boyle Heights He has absolutely no place wearing a badge, gun and a uniform, but should be facing charges as any other citizen would who violently beat anyone. Prosecuting Hernandez sends the strong message that officers are not above the law and will be held accountable for violent acts as any other citizen. Lacey can and must send the message with a prosecution,” stated Earl Ofari Hutchinson and Najee Ali.

 

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Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable
Project Islamic Hope
S.C.L.C. Pastor William Smart
CAIR LA

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  1. Stephanie

    May 11, 2020 at 8:30 pm

    He needs to lose his badge ASAp. Completely, unprovoked and the other officer should be reprimanded as well just standing there dong nothing while he beat on the man for no reason.

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T.I. Says ‘Women Don’t Want a Man Who Ain’t Got No B*tches’ [VIDEO]

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*T.I. is catching some heat for saying women do not want a man who “who ain’t got no b——.”

The rapper, who often makes headlines for cheating on his wife Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, made the comments during a recent segment of his podcast “ExpediTIously.”

“Them women don’t really want a man who ain’t got no b——,” T.I. said. “That’s what attract you to that n—- ’cause he had b—–, that energy, that misogyny you speak so poorly of.”

Hear/watch T.I. dish about the matter via the Twitter video below.

READ MORE: Tiny Recalls ‘Devastating’ Delivery of Stillborn Daughter in 2007

His remarks sparked debate on social media, with many of his fans divided on the issue.

“Clearly he’s speaking about women with low self-esteem that feel the need to be ‘chose,’ one person wrote, per RollingOut. “A real woman who’s secure in herself and knows her value wouldn’t give a man with ‘b—–‘ a second look.”

Another person wrote, “So I suppose this clown will teach his daughters don’t stress if their bf or husbands bust it wide all over the place!! Just as long as he can buy them bags and used luxury vehicles!!! Smdh”

In a 2017 episode of their VH1 reality series T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle, Tiny confronted her husband for allegedly cheating with a woman she introduced him to. The episode aired after Tiny filed for divorce in Dec. 2016, but they have since since reconciled and patched up their 10-year marriage. 

Do you agree with T.I.’s opinion about the type of man that women want? Sound off in the comments.

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Alicia Keys Announces Launch of Her MasterClass [VIDEO]

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*Alicia Keys has teamed with MasterClass to share her songwriting approach in an online-video class.

Keys’ class is available through the $180 annual subscription plan, which generally consists of more than 3 hours of lessons. The plan also gives users access to the full catalog of 90-plus classes.

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In the 19 video lessons, the 15-time Grammy winner will teach a class on songwriting and producing, in which she’ll share her philosophies on how to unlock authenticity, empathy and vulnerability.

Shot in her personal studio, Keys will take members through her entire process, starting with developing lyrics at the piano in the Live Room, recording and layering vocals in the Iso Booth, and finally, arranging sonics in the Control Room. 

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“I cannot stress enough the power you have when you’re truly confident in yourself,” Keys said in announcing the class. “In my MasterClass, I’m excited to connect on a different level. We’re gonna talk about what I’ve learned, my process and how to access what’s inside of you, so you can connect and get it out into the world.”

Watch the trailer for Keys’ MasterClass course. 

Other music classes on MasterClass include: Usher, Christina Aguilera, Timbaland, St. Vincent, Sheila E., Danny Elfman, Reba McEntire, Jake Shimabukuro, Itzhak Perlman, Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock and Hans Zimmer.

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The Weeknd Calls Out ‘Corrupt’ Grammys After 2021 Nominations Snub

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*The Weeknd has called out the Recording Academy after he was snubbed for next year’s Grammy Awards.

His fans are giving the Grammys the side-eye after the singer received zero nominations, even though, as TMZ points out, his single, “Blinding Lights,” topped the charts and his album, “After Hours,” hit to #1.

The Weeknd responded to the diss in a tweet hours after the nominees for the 63rd Grammy Awards were announced on Tuesday.

“The Grammys remain corrupt,” he wrote. “You owe me, my fans and the industry transparency…”

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Meanwhile, TMZ reports that The Weeknd’s snub may have to due with him headlining next year’s Super Bowl, but Harvey Mason Jr., Recording Academy Chair and Interim President/CEO, tells PEOPLE that’s not the case.

In a statement to the publication, he said “We understand that The Weeknd is disappointed at not being nominated,” Mason Jr. says. “I was surprised and can empathize with what he’s feeling. His music this year was excellent, and his contributions to the music community and broader world are worthy of everyone’s admiration.”

According to TMZ’s report, Grammy officials gave The Weeknd an ultimatum between the two events, and after heated negotiations, they came to an agreement. 

“We were thrilled when we found out he would be performing at the upcoming Super Bowl and we would have loved to have him also perform on the GRAMMY stage the weekend before,” Mason Jr. adds in his statement. “Unfortunately, every year, there are fewer nominations than the number of deserving artists. But as the only peer-voted music award, we will continue to recognize and celebrate excellence in music while shining a light on the many amazing artists that make up our global community.”

“To be clear, voting in all categories ended well before The Weeknd’s performance at the Super Bowl was announced, so in no way could it have affected the nomination process. All GRAMMY nominees are recognized by the voting body for their excellence, and we congratulate them all,” the statement continues.

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