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  • THE REAL mac DIESEL

    @ B.Dot
    NOBODY GIVES A FUCK ABOUT YOU AND RAPRADAR SUPPORTIN’ A FUCKIN’ COON, BENSON!!!! NIGGAS NEED TO STOP CELEBRATING THESE CRIMINALS AND START CELEBRATIN’ NIGGAS THAT ACTUALLY CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIETY!!!! YOU’LL DO ANYTHING TO CATCH A REP!!!! FUCK THAT COON AND FUCK YOU TOO!!!! BITCH ASS NIGGA!!!!
    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

    • D Twice

      Hahahahahah this is so reckless

    • Kingly_Caracter

      My nigga…I don’t always agree with your statements. But this is absolutely spot on. This shit is sad.

    • DialTone

      WORD!!!

    • MMG Suede

      I know its ironic coming from me lol but this is true

    • heartlandG

      Criminal? – the nigga got locked up for WEED (victimless)….wtf is wrong w you niggas. niggas feedin the indistrial prison complex smh

      • THE REAL mac DIESEL

        HE’S A FUCKIN’ REPEAT OFFENDER!!! THAT FUCKIN’ BUM LIKES GOING TO JAIL!!!! AND LAST TIME I CHECKED WEED IS ILEGAL IN LOUISIANA THEREFORE IT IS A CRIME AND WHO DOES CRIMES??? CRIMINALS!!!! NOW SHUT THE FUCK UP YOU STUPID FUCKIN’ NIGGLET!!!! YOU’RE WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE BLACK COMMUNITY!!!! YOU DUMB FUCK!!!!
        DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • B

    aint that the truth. dude had like one good song, everbody wild’in about his return. if he killed someone, keep him the fuck locked up, I aint tryin to have killers running around. that shit aint cool

  • Y.O.

    Most people including this site never cared about Boosie before he got locked up but now everybody’s on his dick.

  • RealNinja

    So many niggas get out and have nothing to come home to. I’m glad he does and I hope he can get big money while stayin out of trouble.

  • Public Hairs

    A press conference? Idiotic.

  • REALLY23

    Why y’all hatin’ on a man that did his time and earned his freedom? The stuff he got convicted on was Mickey Mouse bullshit and the stuff he go accused of was dismissed by a jury of his peers…

    • BlackAnastasia

      What about the people this clown ass nigga had killed? What the FCK is he being glorified for?This dude has always been garbage on the mic and do you think a 5year sabbatical helps or hurts his so-called career?

      • REALLY23

        He was accused of killing people. He got arrested, indicted, tried and found NOT GUILTY. He lost when he got locked up, because prior to his arrest him and Webbie was doing shows like everyday. He has a hard job ahead of him due to the fact that music has changed so much in the last 5 years. His fan base has a right to be happy that he’s free.

  • ggogins

    Boosie got anthems in his catalog. They just never made it to the mainstream because he was too street. People from Tha Boot and TX know what it is. To hell with you new niqqas opinions. And this is coming from somebody whose fav rappers are Pac, Z-Ro, K Dot, Boosie and Drake in no order

  • Anti-Hero

    A Black Panther got out the same day as Boosie after serving 44 years and no one said shit.

    • DialTone

      DAM Sad…..I wish you would have spoke more about this real news!!!

    • Kingly_Caracter

      Mannn…Preach. Fucked up priorities. This is why we ill always be “downed”.

    • The More You Know

      Former Black Panther leader Marshall “Eddie” Conway walked free Tuesday after spending four decades behind bars for killing a Baltimore police officer — making his one of the highest-profile cases affected by a high court decision that has cut short prison sentences for dozens of felons in recent years.

      Conway, now 67, always said that he was innocent, alleging political motives in the prosecution of a 1970 shooting that killed Officer Donald Sager, 35, and injured another officer. Over the years many supporters, including prominent Baltimore politicians, have
      joined his cause.

      Police union officials and Sager’s family said they still believe Conway
      was guilty. But prosecutors — faced with the prospect of retrying a
      more than 40-year-old case built on the testimony of a fellow police
      officer and a jailhouse interview — said they could not have convicted
      him again.

      Conway sought a new trial under a 2012 decision by the Maryland Court of Appeals, which said verdicts before 1980 were invalid because of faulty jury instructions. Under a deal with prosecutors, Conway agreed to abandon his court fight in exchange for his release on time served.

      Conway walked out of the courthouse about 3 p.m. and then went to a friend’s house to eat a plate of vegetable lasagna with his two sons and other supporters, according to Dominique Stevenson, a longtime advocate who co-wrote a book with him. Conway declined to be interviewed.

      “He’s just taking it all in,” Stevenson said.

      Supporters have long believed that Conway was set up because of his role with the Black Panthers, and on Tuesday the Baltimore branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and others hailed his release, calling it a “monumental day” and “an important page turner in this tragic story.”

      Conway grew up in West Baltimore and joined the Army at age 18. When he returned from a tour of duty, he went to work for Johns Hopkins Hospital and got involved in civil rights work, eventually joining the Black Panther Party and taking a leadership role as it began a Baltimore operation.

      But in 1969 he began to suspect that the chapter had
      been organized by a government infiltrator working for the National
      Security Agency, and met with national Panther leaders to make plans to purge infiltrators.

      Those plans were in motion, Conway said, when on April 24, 1970, authorities said Sager and Officer Stanley Sierakowski arrived in the 1200 block of Myrtle Ave. to investigate a purported domestic disturbance. Gunfire broke out after they returned to their car. Sager was found dead in the cruiser and Sierakowski lay wounded in the street.

      Two men — Jack Ivory Johnson, 23, and James E. Powell, 35 — were found hiding under the steps of a home during a police manhunt. Police concluded that Baltimore’s Black Panthers had orchestrated the ambush as an initiation for new members and that Conway had led them in the attack.

      The prosecutor in the case said the motive was no theory: “That was Jack Ivory Johnson’s confession,” former Assistant State’s Attorney Peter Ward recalled in a 2001 interview. “He said he and Powell were
      interested in joining the Panther Party and that the rite was to ‘off a
      couple of pigs.’”

      Crucial to Conway’s conviction was testimony by a police officer, Roger Nolan, who said he exchanged gunfire with Conway in an alley near the shooting scene. The state’s case also relied on a
      jailhouse informant named Charles Reynolds, who testified that Conway
      detailed the crime to him as they sat together in a cell, including a
      little-known detail about a watch stolen from Sierakowski.

      But Conway’s supporters countered that the evidence was circumstantial and that the jailhouse informant could have lied.

      Supporters have focused on the idea that Conway was set up. The Panthers at the
      time were under surveillance by the Counter Intelligence Program, or
      COINTELPRO, a group of federal and local law enforcement agents whose
      mission was to “neutralize” organizations deemed subversive.

      In 2001, the Baltimore City Council, including now-President Bernard C.
      “Jack” Young, passed a resolution urging Gov. Parris N. Glendening to
      pardon Conway, calling him a political prisoner innocent of murder.
      Through a spokeswoman, Young declined to comment Tuesday night.

      NAACP chapter President Tessa Hill-Aston said the organization does not
      discount the fact that a police officer lost his life in the 1970
      shooting. But she said Conway’s prosecution came during an era in which black leaders were targeted by government officials to silence them.

      “There were lots of African-American men who were accused and had bad trials,” she said.

      Dr. Marvin L. “Doc” Cheatham Sr., a former Baltimore NAACP president who helped organize rallies on Conway’s behalf, said Conway was convicted
      with no physical evidence and that the officer who identified Conway did
      not see him at the crime scene.

      “I continue to keep the family of the deceased officer in prayer, but Eddie had said from day one that he
      hadn’t done it and folks have to remember that this was when the
      COINTEL program was at its height,” Cheatham said. “They did not have a witness who saw him there. They had no fingerprints or evidence there.
      They basically convicted him on the basis of what we now call an
      informant.”

      Conway emerged as a leader to other prisoners, founding the Friend of a Friend mentoring program, which exists in
      several Maryland institutions.

      “He was a big brother, he was a father figure to a lot of my clients,” said University of Maryland law
      professor Michael Millemann, “particularly the ones who went in when
      they were 16, 17, 18 and were terrified.”

      Among those who greeted Conway on Tuesday evening was Wahid Shakur, 21, who spent time in a Jessup correctional facility. Conway’s personal story “told me never to
      give up,” Shakur said.

      “When you’re on the side of right and truth, truth and right will prevail,” he added.

      Conway’s influence has extended well beyond prison walls. Last year, the Eddie
      Conway Liberation Institute was founded at Morgan State University,
      training students in policy debate to affect political change, said its
      director, Adam J. Jackson.

      Sierakowski died in 1996 from heart complications. While Conway sat in jail, one of
      his co-defendants was released. In 2009, Johnson’s sentenced was
      modified after the Court of Appeals ruled that the trial judge erred by
      not considering that part of the sentence could be suspended.
      Prosecutors argued against his release, saying, “We do not believe cop
      killers should get out of prison.”

      Robert J. Boyle, one of Conway’s attorneys, said Powell died in prison.

      Conway read a statement in court sympathizing with the pain that Sager’s
      family had been through, Boyle said. He believes that Conway is innocent
      and could have proved it had the case been retried.

      “It was an extremely weak case against him,” said Boyle, who has worked on a number of cases involving wrongfully convicted Black Panthers.

      • SMH

        I agree. This some buffon sh-t. Everybody read about the black panther before it’s marked as spam by Rap Radar.

        First song will be Lil Boosie feat. Rick Ross. A perfect opprotunity for Rick Ross to reinforce his street cred.

  • LOL

    hip hop is dead, and this is the reason why.

  • ZoomZoomDad-Otis

    Meaningless Press Conference hmmm…Where have I seen this before? Oh yeah MMG

    • MMG Suede

      nigga whats MMG gotta do with it?? lookin for some likes huh?

      • MMG Pleather

        Boosie just got out of prison and Rick Ross used to work in one.

  • DialTone

    LOL this is some funny shit……WHHHHHHHHYYYYYYYYY i guess I gotta just leave this shit alone..Dam can’t the real MC’s get this love dam.

  • novakaine

    I agree Rapradar never gave a fuck about Boosie BUT Boosie aint kill nobody he went to jail fir some weed
    HATIN ON BOOSIE IS LIKE HATIN ON JESUS

    http://m.soundcloud.com/kr-mack-1

  • Datboy M

    I like Yee, but her voice is rather annoying

  • Datboy M

    gotta love capitalism… i know Bun B, didnt just say we waited for Mandela.. and for boosie in the same sentence..

  • koO

    this is the most ignorant shit i’ve ever seen. i can’t believe this, no reality show could do this wow.

  • kushkidbigg

    So all you non Boosie supporters are negatively commenting on the fact that the support for him after his release is overrated? Maybe you are making unintelligent statements based on a man who’s music clearly has defined substance from Life Experience. Again, if you not from the ” If you my nigga, You my nigga then” era of his early career or not connected to the streets & been through that struggle to success story, then this nigga music is like speaking “Chinese” to young fuck niggas, you won’t understand a real nigga movement.

    • Kingly_Caracter

      You ain lie bruh!!!…These niggas don’t understand that we should show respect, love, and support for niggas that gangbang and sell drugs to our communities and kids. Who dosent like community shattering activity! It’s almost like…they want more positive people for our people to celebrate or something. Real nigga shit…Salute! Smh. -_________-

      • MMG Pleather

        I have to laugh at the biggest MMG groupie on RapRadar, “MMG Suede” voting up this comment, LMAO! The irony.

  • Ken Rose

    This broad fucking sucks. Fuck Boosie.

  • Michael Ibbett

    Is this the guy that made that song spelling out the word independent???….. el oh el

  • OgSnowflake187

    A press conference … Another no name no hit record rapper gets out of jail… How is this breaking news? Lol he went to jail for a probation violation for smoking pot and people look up to this idiot lmfao

  • onlyrealshh

    i co sign kushkidbigg

    • 3 hours ago−

    So all you non Boosie supporters are negatively commenting on the fact that the support for him after his release is overrated? Maybe you are making unintelligent statements based on a man who’s music clearly has defined substance from Life Experience. Again, if you not from the ” If you my nigga, You my nigga then” era of his early career or not connected to the streets & been through that struggle to success story, then this nigga music is like speaking “Chinese” to young fuck niggas, you won’t understand a real nigga movement.

  • Koolinkoolin

    yall just be happy that another man that went down the wrong road is now trying to make a positive living out of his life.

    • Anti-Hero

      by rapping about selling drugs and killing people and poisoning the youth!

  • Sean Price

    Pork chops and applesauce lmao!!!!!