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A Chicago minister says Chief Keef is going to take the plunge into Christianity.
The Rev. Corey Brooks, known as the “rooftop pastor,” says he plans on baptizing the 17-year-old rapper when he’s released from juvenile detention.
Chief Keef is currently serving a 60-day sentence for violating his juvenile probation which was for pointing a gun at Chicago Police officers.
Brook visited Keef at the state juvenile detention facility in west suburban St. Charles and says “I’m going to baptize him,”
The reverand says:
“I think people forget he is 17 years old,” Brooks said. “He is not a bad kid.”
He continues to say that the Chicago native:
“has had a chance to think. He is an entertainer, that is how he sees himself. But at the same time, he has a God-consciousness. He is not some terror who is wreaking havoc.”
Along with his troubles in juvenile court, Keef is also facing a child-support lawsuit from a girl who alleges he fathered a child with her.
Brooks says he plans to baptize Keef at his non-denominational New Beginnings Church in the Woodlawn neighborhood.
Source: Chicago Sun Times
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Lil Mama will be playing the role of the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in the upcoming TLC biopic.
In an interview with Hip Hollywood, MC Lyte revealed that rapper Lil Mama has landed the role of Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, who died in 2002 in a car crash in La Ceiba, Honduras.
"I'm gonna put a little bit of my concentration and focus on helping to uplift a sister who is talented, smart, witty, and just had her chances just cut too short," explained Lyte. "And that's Lil Mama. She is a talented young lady, and I want to see her do some beautiful things."
"And, I don't know if I'm supposed to say, but I will: she just got the role of Left Eye in TLC's new movie. So I am just so excited for her."
MC Lyte also revealed that she, Lil Mama, and others are working on a Hip Hop Sisters album together.
Lil Mama was featured on Left Eye's 2009 posthumous release, Eye-Legacy.
Watch the interview below:
Lil Wayne took to Twitter to explain that he was kicked out of a Miami Heat/Los Angeles Lakers game... because he rooted for the wrong team.
Wayne said that he was in Maimi's American Airlines Arena and was ejected because he rooted for the Lakers:
A rep for the Heat responded to the claim, denying Wayne's assertion, reports TMZ. "In response to your inquiry, please note that Lil Wayne was not ejected from the building. He chose to leave."
Last year, Wayne claimed he was denied entry to a playoff game in the Oklahoma City Thunder's arena, which the team denied.