The Wrap Up with L’Orèal Luchi, keeping you informed on everything that happened in hip hop culture this week:
Meagan Good x Jonathan Majors:
Rumors of Meagan Good and Jonathan Majors dating exploded on social media as he is at the center of several assault and harassment allegations. According to People, Meagan, is reportedly showing support to Jonathan. Neither of them confirmed or denied the story.
Three NYPD officers thought they could get away with breaking the law and allegedly stole nearly $3000 worth of Jay Z’s lavish champagne, Ace Of Spades. Two officers are arrested and charged with grand larceny in the fourth degree and a charge of criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree. The cops took the bottles at the 2022 Electric Zoo festival. They’ve been suspended from duty and further investigation will determine if further discipline is necessary.
Latto x 21 Savage:
Social media detectives suspect 21 Savage and his girlfriend Latto broke up as 21 was spotted on a date with his wife. 21’s alleged wife is a woman named Keyana and she shared a picture of her drink and captioned it, “date night.” In the background of the picture, you can kinda see 21 Savage’s cell phone. 21 and Latto deny being together.
Sheff G x Sleepy Hallow:
Sheff G was on his way home after a two year bid, but got hit with more legal troubles. The Brooklyn rapper, Sleepy Hallow, and 30 others were charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the second degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree. In the Indictment, Sheff is accused of assembling three shooters and drove them to and from the crime scene. The Manhatten DA’s office says they didn’t need to use the rappers lyrics as evidence and relied on surveillance videos, text messages and phone calls. If convicted, Sheff G faces up to 25 years in prison.
Adidas has a solution to losing $540 million in unsold Yeezys after cutting ties with Kanye West nearly seven months ago. They plan to sell off its remaining inventory of sneakers and donate the proceeds to charity. The company vows that the money will go “to the organizations hurt by Kanye’s antisemtic statements.”