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Once again, a white woman calling the police on a Black person for doing nothing has popped up back in the news and the claim was one of the wildest yet. A woman identified as Theresa Klein was at a corner store bodega standing in line when she claimed a 9-year-old boy sexually assaulted her but surveillance video of the alleged incident revealed otherwise.
Pix 11 reports:
It all happened Wednesday at the Sahara Deli Market on Albemarle Road in Flatbush.
The woman identified as Teresa Klein was being rung up at the front counter when the child walked by.
According to Klein, the boy “grabbed my ass,” prompting her to call 911.
Video of the exchange outside the deli when Klein confronted the child and his mother was later posted on Facebook.
As the woman proceeds to yell at the family, the children weep and attract a crowd of bystanders shocked at what they are seeing.
Jason LittleJohn took the video and posted it online.
“How could he be sexually assaulted by a nine-year-old child who is walking by,” he told PIX11. “He was so traumatized by the situation he started crying, his sister started crying.”
Klein has since apologized for making the dangerous and false allegation. But she piled on the b.s. by saying she too was also a police officer, which ended up not being true. It also appears that Klein simply threatened to call the police but didn’t actually do so according to a report from News 12 Brooklyn.
It turns out that the song Tekashi 6ix9ine teased on Instagram that favored GS9’s Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel’s, “Computers,” actually features Bobby. 6ix9ine released “Stoopid” on Friday, October 5th.
The controversial rumbled over the track filled with energy and took the time out to take jabs at Hot 97’s E-Bro Darden. “Tell him shut up, suck a d–k/Tell him f–k him, I’m the s–t/B—h I’m just recording this/I’m getting money, I’m the shit/Shoutout my Bloods, shoutout my Crips/That nigga Ebro, he a b—h/Just another old n—a on a young n—a d–k,” he rhymes.
Bobby Shmurda came through on the second verse, “She give me neck until I burst out/Jesus piece, we cursed out/And all these suckers with they f—–g feelings always got these b—–s with they purse out,” the currently-incarcerated rapper spits on what sounds like a recorded phone call.
There was once rumors that the Brooklyn rappers had tension, but Shmurda squashed the rumors in a July interview. “Stoopid” was released fresh off the heels of the news that Bobby is expected to be released in November 2020.
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A senseless shooting death that took place last month is one step closer to getting solved. The NYPD is on the lookout for Queens teenager Aaron Nathaniel who is suspected of gunning down a 16-year-old boy on a Brooklyn basketball court, and his photo from surveillance video was made public on Monday (Oct. 1).
The New York Daily News reports:
Cops issued a photograph of Aaron on Monday night. He’s described as black, about 5-foot-6, and weighing about 115 pounds. He was last seen wearing ripped jeans and a bandana, police said.
Aaron “discharged a firearm two times,” police said. One of the bullets struck 16-year-old Oluwadurotimi Joseph Oyebola in the head.
The dead youth’s father was glad police have a suspect — but was shocked to learn that cops are looking for another teenager.
“It’s a good development to the family, though it cannot replace my son,” said David Oyebola.
“But I would like to meet that person and ask him the question, why he did what he did,” said Oyebola. “For somebody 14 years-old doing that, doing what he did?”
Oyebola, known as “Timi” by his friends, was said not to be involved in street life and was called a good student. A Marine Corps vet was at the playground and tried to assist Oyebola as he died in his arms.