Lil Wayne‘s homies and girlfriend Christina Milian threw him a surprise early 32nd birthday party at Lure Nightclub in Los Angeles, California. He was also presented with a skateboard cake before they all attending the club, which you can see in the pic above. Below, you can check out some more photos of Weezy F Baby chilling with Marley G, Mack Maine, Theotis Beasley, Lil Twist, Santi Rubirosa, Hood, Euro, Dev, DJ Scoob Doo, Flow, and others inside and outside of the nightclub!
Genius Music recording artist RJ was born Ronald Hodge in Los Angeles,
Ca. As a child he began singing at the age six with his older sister as his mentor. By age ten RJ was competing and winning first place in numerous talent shows. From that day forward RJ knew music and entertainment would be his calling. Performing in numerous competitions with popular local bands, RJ developed his stage show in front of crowds of 30,000 plus at the Los Angeles Staples Center. RJ was also a contestant on American Idol’s season 7 where he was selected
out of thousands for the top 50 in the country.
In 2012 and 2013 RJ had (3) songs that were released internationally featuring Megastars Pitbull and FloRida. The single entitled “U know it ain’t love” became a #1 single Japan, and top 10 in Europe and Italy. The singles “Live 4 and Die 4” also featuring Pitbull and “Baby it’s the last time” featuring FloRida and Qwote also received major club and radio airplay in Japan, Europe and Italy. All (3) music videos for these songs have gained over 27 million views on Youtube. On August 21, 2013 RJ’s album “Emotions” debuted as the #3 dance album in
RJ’s first single “Right Here” off his forth coming album 2Letters received airplay on Music Choice, and several national monitored Urban Radio Stations.
RJ’s new single “Sex on the Beach” is currently #27 on the National Airplay Top 50 Independent Chart for Internet radio. The song is also currently in rotation at
several national monitored Top 40 stations on the West Coast. Both singles are available on iTunes worldwide. RJ’s album “2Letters” is due to be released later this year.
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“My little brother thought somebody was just clowning, because somebody is always clowning by the door. He opened (it) and the man just shot him. He didn’t have nothing in his hand.”
Houma, La. — Louisiana State Police are heading up an investigation into a deadly shooting involving a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Deputy and a 14-year-old boy.
According to officials, the deputy was responding to a 9-1-1 call of several teenagers running into an abandoned house on Kirkglen Loop, with a weapon.
Neighbors stated that this house had been abandoned for more than a year and kids were constantly seen running in and out of it.
State police said the deputy reported encountering a group of juveniles at the home, and one was carrying a weapon and at some point the deputy opened fire, fatally wounding 14-year-old, Cameron Tillman.
Three suspects are in custody following the shooting; two juveniles and an 18-year-old. A fifth suspect escaped out the rear of the residence, according to the deputy’s initial statement.
The name of the deputy involved has not been released.
“The weapon,” which has yet to be officially identified by police, was said to be recovered “in close proximity” to the 14-year-old’s body.
Relatives claim Tillman, who was an honor roll student at Ellender High School, was shot four to five times in the back.
When reporters for WWL asked State Trooper Evan Harrell about the shots being fired in the boy’s back he claimed it was a rumor, but neither confirmed nor denied whether or not it actually happened.
Harrell was also asked if the teens fired any shots at the deputy on the scene and this question was dodged as well.
Andre Tillman, Cameron’s brother, was also inside the abandoned house at the time of the shooting. According to Andre, he said they heard somebody knocking on the door, “My little brother thought somebody was just clowning, because somebody is always clowning by the door. He opened (it) and the man just shot him. He didn’t have nothing in his hand.”
According to WWL, family and friends described Tillman as a timid and respectful teenager. He was a “tremendous athlete” starring in both basketball and football during junior high, said family friend Michael Legarde, who is a teacher at Ellender.
Legarde said Tillman and his sons were close friends for most their lives and that Tillman was taking a year off athletics to focus on his studies.
“He had heard all the hype about high school and just wanted to concentrate on his grades for the first year,” Legarde said.
Legarde said Tillman lived a few streets down from the house where he died. He added that he believed “there was no way” Tillman and the others were robbing the home because it was completely empty. He knew this because he considered purchasing the property to add to about 20 others he rents out in the neighborhood.
“I look at him as one of my sons,” he said looking out at a sea of blue lights illuminating the neighborhood. “It’s a shame. This was a good kid, never caused any trouble.”
Many questions arise from the lack of initial details released by police in this case.
Had Tillman or any of the other kids in the house fired at the deputy, it seems that we would have been told that fact immediately and this would have been reported as a justified shooting. Also, why is “the weapon” not identified? One does not need a team of scientists to look down at the ground and decide if an object is a firearm or a knife.
We will keep you updated as more information comes out.
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