Atlanta pastor Craig Lamar Davis had multiple affairs with men and women in and outside of his congregation and didn't tell them that he was allegedly HIV positive.  

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So far two victims have pressed charges.  Davis, who by the way is married, was the Pastor at Full Gospel Baptist Church in Atlanta prior to his arrest on July 22, 2012 for reckless conduct.  The pastor was taken into custody after police investigators discovered he was HIV positive and deliberately engaged in unprotected sex with several congregation members.

His crime came to light when one of the victims, Ronita McAfee, sent an email to the entire congregation warning every about Pastor Davis.  Here's  an excerpt from that email: In the meantime, the pastor never denied sleeping with women but said allegations that he had relations with men was not true.

My name is Ronita McAfee and I am the victim in the HIV Reckless case in Clayton County, GA, where Mr. Craig Lamar Davis is the Defendant.

It is my intentions to forewarn as many unsuspecting people as possible that Mr.Craig Lamar Davis IS HIV POSITIVE...

Mr. Craig Lamar Davis is a master manipulator: women have bought him cars, relocated and purchased homes under the impression that he was going to marry them, bought him countless suits and accessories (i.e. watches, ties, jewelry, shoes, etc.), given him their food stamp cards every month as if he’s entitled, depleted their checking and savings account on his behalf, etc. and he expects nothing less. He lurks at the church for his prey for some odd reason or another.

I encourage you to pass this information on especially to the Senior Pastor and to encourage people to get tested.

In the meantime, the pastor never denied sleeping with women but said allegations that he had relations with men was not true.

This past Tuesday Jan. 21st, Pastor Craig Lamar Davis found guilty and convicted on two counts of HIV-reckless conduct.  Listen to Tha Wire below and find out what his attorney said during his trial.

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If that’s not enough drama, Jay Z is being sued for $600 million over the Brooklyn Nets alleged trademark violations.

Radar Online reports the suit was filed  by Dr. Francois de Cassagnol, who claims that he trademarked the name “Brooklyn Nets” before the NBA team.  The plaintiff claims that the NBA, Hov and developer Bruce Ratner ”fraudulently conspired” to use “loopholes” to get the name.  Listen to Tha Wire below and get more details.  By the way, de Cassagnol filed his papers right her in Louisiana.

Of course Jay sold his shares of the team so he could go full force with his sports agency Roc Nation, but he still owns a percentage of Barclays Center, where the Nets play.

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Finally, authorities in Pittsburgh have arrested two more suspects connected to the shooting death of Imani Porter, rapper Wiz Khalifa’s uncle.  U.S. Marshal's apprehended 20-year-old Paul Sanders, Jr. and 20-year-old Michael Wolford, the alleged trigger man.  Another suspect, Jaron Young, is already in custody and all three men are being charged with homicide, conspiracy and several other crimes related to the shooting.


Sanders and Wolford will face a host of additional charges as well.  Listen to Tha Wire to find out why.  Plus, learn what Imani's father had to say about the latest arrests.  For the scoop, skinny and today's celeb birthday's press play to hear Tha Wire now.