Teen Killed After Girl Sneaks Him in Her House, Dad Mistakes Him for Burglar

This past Saturday, a 17-year-old in Georgia named Jordan Middleton was killed by a man whose 14-year-old daughter had let him in the house. The man mistakenly shot the teenager because he thought he was a burglar.

Deputies at the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office reportedly found Middleton dead at about 2:50 a.m. after being alerted of a burglary in progress. By the time the police arrived, Middleton was found by the front door of the home with a gunshot wound to the chest.

The 14-year-old’s father told police that he heard some sounds from his downstairs in his home. From there, he armed himself and went to see what was causing the sound. He then told police that he heard and saw the family’s dog barking at the guest bedroom. The man went to the room and asked that the intruder reveal themselves. He then gave another warning which was met with silence, so he went into the room. As soon as spotted Middleton running out of the closet in the room, he shot him once in the chest because he thought the young man was a robber.

At this time, no charges have been filed against the homeowner as the investigation into the shooting continues.

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Bobby Shmurda Speaks to Meek Mill & Trav from Prison, Spits Freestyle

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Bobby Shmurda, but the Brooklyn rapper recently called up Meek Mill and Trav from jail. Trav posted the conversation on Instagram, which included Bobby spitting a few lines for him and Meek.

Trav captioned the video, “Me And Bro @meekmill On The Line With Lil Bro @bobby_shmurda #FreeThe9 Made Him Freestyle Real Quick DC #GS9 #MBB.” You can check it out in full up top.

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Remy Ma & Nicki Minaj Battle

The feud between Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj went to a new level. Nicki dropped lyrics that people thought were aimed at Remy.

Less than 48 hours later, Remy clapped back with a scathing 7-minute diss track.

Then, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway presented the Best Picture category last night at the Oscars, but announced the wrong film.

Plus, Mama June’s new show premiered and viewers are convinced she was wearing a fat suit.

Wendy spills the tea.

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Video: Keyshia Cole feat. Remy Ma & French Montana – ‘You’

Don’t mess with KC. Keyshia Cole is back and badder than ever in the video for her Remy Ma and French Montana-assisted breakup anthem “You.”

Premiered during the “Love & Hip Hop: New York” reunion special, the Benny Boom-directed clip finds Keyshia getting revenge on her cheating boyfriend. While detectives launch an investigation, Keyshia has other plans, tying up her man in the closet before pushing him off the balcony and into the pool.

Still sizzling off her “shETHER” diss, a ruthless Remy comes through to take care of business with a toolkit full of torture devices. French also plays accomplice to Keyshia, throwing her man in the trunk of his car with his new girl and dumping them at the top of a hill.

While he struggles to break free, Keyshia is having the last laugh. “You picked the wrong, baby,” she sings.

Last month, Keyshia spoke about collaborating with Remy and French. “Remy is my girl,” she told Rap-Up. “That’s my ace there. She’s been supportive during this process and I told her I couldn’t do this album without her. French is the homie so one call, he got on the record, and he did it the next day…They’re both perfect for this particular song and they both thought the same.”

Inspired by Cole’s high-profile split with former NBA star Daniel “Booby” Gibson, “You” is the lead single from Keyshia’s forthcoming album 1111 Reset, which will feature DJ Khaled and Young Thug.

“I’ve been working on this album for a minute now, before I even signed to Epic,” she said. “It’s just about realizing once you’re done with something, it’s time to move on and work on yourself and build yourself. That’s the whole vibe I felt during this process.”

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TLC Eyes June Release for Kickstarter-Funded Album

The wait is almost over. Back in January of 2015, TLC launched a Kickstarter campaign for their final album and fans responded by raising more than $430,000. Two years later, the group says the album is on its way.

On Monday (Feb. 27), TLC’s longtime manager Bill Diggins announced that the album will be released “at the end of June” and that its 4,201 backers will receive an advance copy.

“This album could not have happened without your support and your confidence in TLC has inspired us greatly to make the best album possible,” wrote Diggins. “We would have loved to have delivered this album sooner to you but we are confident that you will agree that it was worth the wait when you hear it. The pursuit of excellence is never an easy task and always takes longer than expected.”

According to Diggins, the album was delayed for a variety of reasons. “It took a lot more time to coordinate schedules with writers, TLC’s executive producer Ron Fair and recording sessions than anticipated,” he added. “I could go on in more detail to explain how TLC’s touring, schedule, writing schedule and producing schedule was delayed but the simple fact is that Tboz & Chilli were inspired to make a record that they could be proud of and they would not settle for less and sometimes you just cannot rush art. They demanded of themselves a record that would stand up to the great body of work created in the past and that you would be proud of; because your belief and support is the greatest form of love and we want you to be proud.”

Wow!! 25 years ago it all started!! Who still listens to this album?!! #TLC #tbeezy #Tboz

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Since their 1992 debut Ooooooohhh… On the TLC Tip, the group has been impactful. With a discography that includes CrazySexyCool, FanMail, and 3D, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas sparked No. 1s like “Unpretty,” “No Scrubs,” “Waterfalls,” and “Creep.” Tragically, Left Eye died in an automobile accident in 2002.

In 2015, when T-Boz and Chilli announced their plans for a final album, the duo vowed to remain rooted in what made them a success. “Our final album will stay true to the TLC sound, always confronting the real issues and life experiences that we all must face every single day, everywhere,” they said. “We write music that people relate to…timeless music. No matter the trends, we feel like our music is always relevant.”

News of the group’s final album comes 25 years after their debut album Ooooooohhh… On the TLC Tip. “Wow!! 25 years ago it all started,” T-Boz wrote on Instagram, celebrating the release.

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