Big K.R.I.T. raps about the root of all evil… Money on his latest track, “Wolf of WallStreet” featuring Childish Major. K.R.I,T. been dropping a track a day for the past week and none of them disappoints.
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Rapper Lil Boosie, whose real is Torrence Hatch, walked out of prison a free man Wednesday evening, after being locked up for more than four years.
Warden Burl Cain said Hatch was released from the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola at 7:10 p.m. He was then transferred to a West Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office facility in St. Francisville, where family members were waiting for him.
A native of Baton Rouge, Lil Boosie has fans worldwide. Many of them commonly used the term “Free Boosie” during his incarceration and some continue to say it. Minutes after a post on Twitter about Lil Boosie being set free, it was re-tweeted thousands of times. Before long, the tweet about Lil Boosie’s release was trending worldwide. It showed up in places like Nigeria, France, Germany and Ireland.
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FULTON COUNTY, Ga. – Channel 2 Action News has learned that Fulton County school police have arrested a former cafeteria manager suspected of stealing hundreds of dollars every day for at least five years Channel 2 investigative reporter Richard Belcher says that the total amount of money stolen over a longer period could reach $1 million, based on information from arrest warrants.? The alleged thefts took place at North Springs High School in north Fulton County.
Channel 2 Action News broke the story last spring, when a cafeteria worker told us her manager regularly ran a cash-only line for which there were no records. Now, police charge it was a long-running and extremely profitable theft scheme. A whistleblower provided video inside the North Springs cafeteria. There were four lines that each had a cash register to keep track of the money. Standing alone was a blue cart that sold a-la-carte items for cash and never had a register.