Prayers go out to Hitman Holla and his girlfriend Cinnamon after she was wounded by gunfire in their home. Hitman revealed a home invasion at his place led to the wounds his girlfriend suffered. According to HNHH, Hitman was out of town while four men broke into his home.
“Bullet went through her cheek and out of the back of her head.. she’s at the hospital now being strong,” Hitman wrote on Instagram.
Hitman would also describe the horrors of being unable to help due to being away.
Imagine being on FaceTime while ya girl while being outta town & shes telling u it’s ppl in the house at 1 in the morning so coaching her on what to do 1000 miles away .. she showed courage & let off shots defending her home .. I’m so proud of how she was so brave .. I can’t stop crying man plz send positive energy our way I need it y’all I really really need it I’ve never felt this kinda pain this message was for my fans family and friends all at once plz help us get through this
You can see the post below. Prayers to Hitman and Cinnamon.
A video that has now went viral shows battle rapper Hitman Holla and his crew beating up Chicago battle rapper Byron Blake at an Atlanta gas station.
Hitman contends that Blake’s crew jumped him in the past and that Blake even bragged about following Hitman’s brother while recording him, insinuating that he could catch a bad one at Blake’s will.
Hitman addressed the footage, saying, “Last time speaking on this.. a guy made a million blogs bragging on how 10 of his homies jumped me, followed my lil bro around sneak recording saying how he was caught lacking & woulda harmed him, clout chasing so much he pulled up to my place of WORK (MY BATTLE) to do god knows what yesterday (that happened at the venue before the battle) can y’all tell me a better reason a guy who wanna do harm to me showed up?”
The Hip-Hop community was up in arms about the arrest of rapper, actor and comedian Hitman Holla earlier this week. The celebrity personality, whose real name is Gerald Fulton, Jr., was arrested after an Atlanta police patroller followed him and his party for several exits and pulled him over only after her allegedly for illegally switched lanes.
However according to a video of the incident, as captured by fellow rapper John John Da Don, the officers seemed to be more concerned about the nice car he was driving the driving violation.
Information is not clear as to why he was arrested, but one officer first asserted that Hitman was pulled because he had a warrant (a charge that his manager is on camera vehemently denied) and then because of a reported alteration of the VIN number on the car and issues with his license plate on the car.
No further news has been reported, but as noted several times in the video:
HITMAN HOLLA IS A RESPECTED CELEBRITY, STARRING ON THE LONGEST-RUNNING SHOW ON MTV AND THE LONGEST RUNNING HIP-HOP SHOW NOT ONLY IN THE WORLD BUT IN HISTORY OF RECORDED TELEVISION. HITMAN HOLLA HAS COMPLETED 9 SEASONS SINCE 2015 AND CONTINUES TO BE ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR PERSONALITIES ON THE SHOW. FINALLY NOT TO POCKET WATCH, HIS ESTIMATED NET WORTH ACCORDING TO MULTIPLE SOURCES (CONSIDERING ALL OF HIS VARIOUS STREAMS OF INCOME) IS BETWEEN 3 AND 5 MILLION DOLLARS.
So the likelihood of something being sideways is next to zilch.
Apparently, he was locked up for two days and was recently released. The St. Louis emcee noted to his almost 90K fans on Twitter, that he was “good” and that while inside, he met people that held him down. In return, he is gonna lookout like a real “g” is supposed to.
Currently, there are no laws on the books in Atlanta against racial profiling or racial bias to protect people from the police.
Jamilla Hall, a partner at Jones Day Law firm, told 11 Alive that one of the best ways to catch racial profiling or bias by cops is by recording them, but you still have to be cautious.
While it’s important to record and completely legal, you also want to make sure you’re keeping your safety a priority. And, so, if that means removing yourself from the situation, that’s what you should do.”
Thank God that John John and Hitman’s manager PB were recording from a safe distance and the police were not acting particularly antsy. It could have gone bad for everyone.
St. Louis rapper, actor and comedian, Gerald Fulton, Jr. p.k.a. Hitman Holla was pulled over a minor driving violation in Atlanta, Thurs. March 19. However, things were swiftly elevated as he was pulled out of his car for having an outstanding warrant and then later arrested for having a vehicle that was possibly stolen.
His manager said that that is not true.
Many believe this is a case of racial profiling. What do you think?
The artist was hanging out with his friend John John da Don and his manager, PB when he reportedly observed that the police were following him for no reason. The police were believed to have been following the two influencers for a while before stopping them. It is reported from the video, that the car’s VIN’s number was looked up, and the officers were trying to see if they matched the license on the car.
In an Instalive, John John da Don reports:
“They asked Hitman to get out the car… they are asking this man how much he paid for the car… what that got to do with anything.”
“The n*gga was following us for like four exits. Then pulled us over for something we just did (crossing lanes).”
John John reveals that the cops did ask for the usual license and registration, but was thrown off when they asked the Wild ‘N Out star how much he paid for the car. That was when he decided to go live on Instagram.
“That’s crazy. We don’t know what this n*gga got going on. They done asked Hitman to step out of the car. For what? They asked him how much he paid for the car and told him to step out. Told him that they pulled him over because of a lane change.”
JJDD tells the fans that the police called for back up and requested to see that VIN number. It was then that they put cuffs on the MTV star, and his two friends were in disbelief.
When the police officers came back to the car, it is uncovered that Hitman supposedly has a warrant out for his arrest.
His manager tells him that can’t be true. While it is unclear what exactly happened, the video shows JJDD being asked to step out of the car that the three of them were driving in.
The police then say that the car is bad and that no one can drive it. The officer shares that the VIN numbers have been tampered with and so the police took it to have it verified.
The last statement you hear is the police asking the manager and JJDD to call an Uber to get them back to their destination. He was arrested “possession of a vehicle with an altered VIN number and also the license plate is not legitimate.”
Hopefully, everything is straightened out. The manager reiterates that Hitman is innocent.
On Friday (December 6), Eminem rehashed an old beef with Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon. Appearing on Fat Joe & Dre’s “Lord Above,” Marshall Mathers responded to some comments that Cannon made this fall about the late 2000s. The media impresario said that he sought Em, with plans to do him physical harm after an onslaught of disses surrounding Mariah. At the time, Cannon was married to Carey, who previously had an early 2000s romantic relationship with Em. That tryst ended with both superstars dissing one another in the public spotlight. Em used several bars to address Cannon on the new song which also features Mary J. Blige. “I know me and Mariah didn’t end on a high note / But that other dude’s whipped, that p*ssy got him neutered / Tried to tell him this chick’s a nutjob ‘fore he got his jewels clipped / Almost got my caboose kicked? Fool, quit / You not gon’ do sh*t I let her chop my balls off, too ‘fore I lost to you, Nick.” Eminem Raps A Response To Nick Cannon Claiming He Tried To Beat Him Up Over Mariah On Friday, Cannon said he did not plan a response. However, Today (December 9) he unleashed “The Invitation.” Cannon tapped a cast of guests for the diss, including Charlie Clips, Hitman Holla, Prince Eazy, and…Suge Knight. In his verse at the top of the song, Cannon addresses his relationship with Fat Joe. Then, he takes shots at Em’s family and his sobriety. “Ain’t no comin’ back, that’s a fact, this the invitation / Told Joe to lean back, don’t get hit with this retaliation / I f*ck with Crack, but the white boy, he f*ck with crack / Pills and smack, sh*t, and he ’bout to relapse / Call Kim, somebody get Hailie / And that other kid you raisin’, that ain’t even your baby / Took a page out of Drake book, this might get a Grammy / We goin’ back to back ’til you respond on the family / My baby mama killed you off a decade ago / You’re still cryin’ about it, b*tch, now who really the h*e?” Eminem has historically been highly reactive to issues surrounding his family. Eminem Fires A Killshot Diss At MGK & Diddy Gets Caught In The Crossfire (Audio) St. Louis’ Hitman Holla, Chicago’s Prince Eazy, and Harlem’s Charlie Clips pile on bars. They all use punchlines to attack Eminem. However, it’s recorded calls from Suge Knight that may stand out most. The former Death Row Records executive who clowned peers for getting involved in the music offered a take while serving a 28-year prison sentence for murder. “You know, I don’t never do no talkin’, but Nick is family,” Knight says at the top of the song. “Nick Cannon is a force in it-itself, and if you have proper time for conversation, y’all got the same energy for doin’ stuff for the people. He not scared to do stuff for the people. So if this dude want a real target on his back, that’s on him. But don’t talk no sh*t and don’t fight. And you know what you call a man who ain’t gon’ stand up and fight? He’s a b*tch. We should tell the motherf*ckers in Detroit he got 24 hours to respond, or they need kick his ass out that mothaf*ckin’ city,” warns Knight in the middle of a lengthy harangue. DJ Quik Says Suge Knight Had Diddy’s Child’s Mother In His Room After The Source Awards In the 1990s and early 2000s, Knight’s roster regularly dissed Eminem, who had become Dr. Dre’s star protege, in addition to former Death Row acts. One of Eminem’s former bodyguards, Big Naz, has detailed accounts of several confrontations, including the 1999 Source Awards, where Death Row tried to intimidate Eminem.
Hitman Holla and K-Shine worked hard to produce the first annual battle rap celebrity basketball game on Friday, August 9th during the Summer Impact weekend. The hopes was that this game would be entertaining and be a perfect fan give back… and it was.
The game consisted of two teams: Team NOME and Team Summer Madness.
On Team NOME included several key veterans: K-Shine, Shotgun Suge, Murda Mook, Arsonal, DNA, ShowwOutt, Cortez and Burke Bucks. The stand out from the team was a toss up between ShowwOutt (Hitman Holla’s hilarious brother) and K-Shine (who burst on the scene today hurkin’ and lurkin his team to a near victory). Honorable would go to take it for the team Cortez, who slipped, fell, got his knees broke, but continue to be one of the higher scorers of the team.
Suge and Arsonal represented Jersey well.
On Team Summer Madness, Hitman Holla ran a tight ship which proved to snatch the win… though it was a dastardly fight to the end. His team consisted of Calicoe, Goodz, Charlie Clips (who played so hard), Aye Verb, Loso and Jai 400. Jaz the Rapper and Brizz Rawsteen were also on the team though they did not play.
Loso was getting busy… but the clear MVP was Chef Trez.
We are used to Chef Trez giving three of those things. But tonight, he ooo’d and ahh’d us with his exceptional balling skills. Believe it or not… he might play almost as well as he emcees… almost.
Hitman did a great job as lead of the team by having his team arrive early and run some plays. The chemistry was outstanding, which made it clear that someone played ball for real.
The night was clearly amazing. One thing that the organizers must consider how many people can come into the events before letting people know.
The final score was 63 to 61. Congrats to Team Summer Madness for their first clear win.
Rare Breed Entertainment has given platform to some of the most entertaining cards over the last two years.
With its last card, they gave some form of closure to the two headliners, Math and Hollow Da Don. The contest was hard and heavy, and it most have inspired the evil scientist over there at RBE to cook up another card with a roster just as intriguing. Seems like this is the league that let’s The Vets get off their chest anything the has been bothering them since the YouTube age of battling has taking off. While everyone is focusing on Charlie Clips and Math Hoffa, another battle connected to the Diz debacle in Cali, there are two battles newer fans have no idea of the source of their conflict.
Take the Hitman Holla battle versus Bill Collector. This grudge match has been brewing since way back at Summer Madness 2, when Holla’s brother Show-Out beat the Norristown emcee up. Bill Collector got pretty roughed up, and the cats from St. Louis believed that he deserved it. According to Hitman Holla, Bill Collector is a troll. During one of his rants, BC threatens to “rob” him (internet thugging). He never forgot that. When the two of them see each other at an event – Bill Collector still was talking slick. That was all it wrote and Show got busy. While it seems like the Wild N’ Out superstar shouldn’t be bothered, it will be great to see him back on stage cooking.
Listen to Hitman talk about explain the source of the beef and then see the outcome. This battle takes this energy from almost 7 years ago, and puts it on the stage.
But these two are not the only ones with real beef that needs to be cooked. Bonnie Godiva and QB Black Diamond are seriously in need of closure. The root of this battle, like the other one starts with someone saying something sideways about their family member. Bonnie’s aunt got into an argument with QB. QB, who is known for her disrespect, was making fun of her for being transgender, and in the middle of going back and forth on the demon called social media, they tagged Bonnie. According to Bonnie, QB almost used the back and forth with the aunt as a ruse to get at her since she did not like Godiva from the beginning. At a Queen of The Ring battle, it was on and popping.
Listen to Bonnie explain all the happened that night. It seems again, that this platform could help squash this back and forth and give it some closure. #Funfact Bonnie also appeared on a season of Wild N’ Out.
QB Black Diamond does not do too many blogs, but she has been getting loose on Twitter:
Jokes are wackier then her stolen bars RT @BonnieGodiva: Aye QB_BlackDiamond you look like the alien of American dad when he put the weave on . Naked mole rat lookin ass bih! I can’t wait for the face off
Kansas City rapper and indie label owner, Tech N9ne took to social media today to let all his family and friends know that he is alive and well.
Just last night, another rapper with a similar moniker transitioned and cause an uproar. Many scrambled trying to place which emcee was in memorial. Tech N9ne, 47, is from Kansas City and founded the mid-west label, Strange Music, dropping content that proved to be the soundtrack for various films, video games, and television shows. The junior Tech, 32, is from Philadelphia and was from that class of battle rappers that easily transitioned from street rhyming to the digital YouTube age. Most unique about Tech 9, the battler, is that he understood the expansive reach of the emerging industry of battle rap.
With his vision, he aligned himself with popular rap blogger Jay Blac and created the Champion series. A platform that provides commentary on battles and live events, they to distinguish themselves from the pack by hosting their show in a slick professional talk show style, implementing marketing and production techniques used on networks like ESPN and TNT and combined the passion of Stephen A. Smith, the comedy of Shaquille O’Neal and the energy & beloved-ness of Gene Okerlund.
The KC rapper gave a salute to the fallen soldier that shared the same name and also assured his fan base that he is ok.
The last time I saw my brother @therealtech9 , I was blessed with the opportunity to give him his flowers while he could still smell them. I thanked him for all of his contributions to the… https://t.co/ar5pMTdI7y
The battle rap community just loss Philly just loss
He said he started battle rapping because he heard me
RNS Even thou the Higher Power doesn’t make mistakes
Da Bul gonna definitely be missed..
I’m writing this with tears in my eyes & in total disbelief in my heart…..
Not just a Legendary Battler & Colorful Analyst, but a loving father to his daughters, a son, and overall great man
YOU WILL FOREVER BE A CHAMPION TO US pic.twitter.com/3opUxlCg46