(FreshAsFrankie) Gunfire erupted on the set on C-Bo’s new song “Rep My City” over the weekend in Sacramento, California.
The rapper was on the set shooting what his representatives have labeled as a “communal” video, when an unknown gunman shot up Meadowview Park, where the video was being filmed.
According to reports, a man named Ernie Cadena was killed and five other people were wounded in the shootout.
The violence comes amidst C-Bo’s feud with fellow Sacramento rapper Mozzy, who dissed C-Bo and Brotha Lynch Hung on his song “New Era King.”
C-Bo replied in kind with a song filled with threats, titled “Body 4 Body.”
Police have no suspects as of presstime and are investigating into whether or not the shooting was gang related.
(FreshAsFrankie) GUNPLAY – THE FIX TAPE
01. Can I Bring My Gun
03. Hot Plate
04. Flip the Bed
05. Where It At
06. Dark Vader
08. Go Nuts
09. No Shake
10. Nightmare Now
11. Patience 2.0
(FreshAsFrankie) Comey will be speaking at their 2017 convocation in September, which will kick off the school year. Along with speaking at the convocation, Comey was appointed the 2017-2018 Gwendolyn S. and Colbert King Endowed Chair in Public Policy for the University, which means he will be leading and conducting “five lectures and feature speakers that will touch on several topics.” According to Howard University, the series is “designed to foster fruitful discussion and spur meaningful interaction.”
For the position, Comey would be paid $100,000 for his work. However, he has made it clear that he would be donating the entire amount he would be compensated to a Howard scholarship fund. Comey issued a statement on being the King Chair for 2017 going into 2018, saying, “I am honored to hold the King Chair this school year. Howard has a longstanding history of being a vibrant academic community and the perfect place to have rich dialogue on many of the most pressing issues we face today. I look forward to contributing to this remarkable institution and engaging students and faculty alike.”
(FreshAsFrankie) As promised Ace Hood comes through with his “Trust the Process” project. It boasts 13 tracks and has no features.
Trust The Process Tracklist:
1.To Whom It May Concern
2.Play To Win
3.Came Wit The Posse
6.Interlude (Part 1)
10.Get To Me
12.Interlude (Part 2)