Rapper Chief Keef forced to pay up in recent lawsuit for being a no-show at a concert in December 2012.


For some reason the legal troubles for teenage rapper Chief Keef seem to keeping mounting up.  The latest matter is going to cost him $230,019 for damages, loss of earnings, and reputational harm for missing a performance.

According to TMZ, the Team Major Concert promotion company is behind the suit against Keef.  In March the company filed papers, charging that the rapper was a no-show for a show they booked him for in London last December.

Get more details surrounding this case below with Tha Wire.


In more news, 50 Cent is to be arraigned in court today for domestic violence and vandalism charges. As previously reported, Fif is being accused by the mother of his second child of attacking her and destroying $7,100 worth of property.   Daphne Joy claims that 50 trashed her California condo and then kicked her as she tried to hide in the bathroom.

Last month, 50’s lawyer responded to the accusations find out what he has to say on the issue and more.  All the details are below with Tha Wire.


Finally, believe it or not the hoodie Trayvon Martin wore the night he was murdered by George Zimmerman, will soon be housed at the Smithsonian Museum.  Though the youngster is gone, he will never be forgotten as the legendary museum plans to feature the hoodie as part of their new National Museum of African American History and Culture branch.

For now, the slain teenager’s hoodie will remain with the United States Department of Justice as evidence in their current investigation of George Zimmerman’s potential civil rights violation.

Find out when and where the new exhibit will open now.  For today's scoop and skinny press play now to hear Tha Wire.