Earlier this week video surfaced of what looked like Dj Mustard getting assaulted on stage while doing a show in San Francisco.
It was reported that Bay Area rapper, Mistah F.A.B. ran up on Mustard and that he was also robbed along with Y.G.
The two took to Instagram to show that they were all fine after the altercation. Things simmered down after the incident until today.
New footage hit the net today of Mistah F.A.B and Mustard squabbling on stage. The footage shows F.A.B getting drug by Mustard’s crew.
Check out the footage below
Taylor Gang affiliate Chevy Woods got himself into a small situation while in San Francisco for a leg of the Smokers Club tour.
While on stage performing, a fan tried to show Chevy that he’s down with him by throwing a bag of kush at him. Chevy didn’t take it as a peace offering. Instead, he had his people pull the kid from the crowd and take him backstage. The fan wasn’t seen for the rest of the night.
Chevy said about the incident on twitter:
Watch the whole scene go down below
Last week, Iamsu! and the HBK Gang put on a special Halloween show for all their fans. Su, Sage The Gemini, P-Lo, Kool John, Jay Ant, Skip, Rossi and CJ all formed like Vultron for the Heart Break Halloween show. Selling out the 1400 seat Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, David Camarena captured all the action.
Check out the footage below
On Saturday, October 12, IAMSU , HBK Gang, Berner, Kool John, P-Lo, Roach Gigz and Jay Ant came out to support Pink Dolphin owners’ Neima Khaila and Cena Barhaghi at the opening of their San Francisco location. Over 2,000 “Legends” aka, Pink Dolphin fans, lined up around Haight Street to peep the new store and cop the new capsule collection.
Check out some pictures from the event below
Source: Freshness Mag
Between his new clothing line and his part ownership of hip-hop rag Mass Appeal, it appears that Nas is on his business man flow right now.
He’s about to add one more company to his portfolio. Nas has invested in San Francisco company Proven. Proven is an app that heps people apply to online job postings through cell phones.
Nasir explained the move to Los Angeles Times.
“Jobs are a concern for the nation, and Proven is all about that, so I’m all about Proven,” said Nas.
Proven, a company headed by Pablo Fuentes, is set to assist blue-collar workers and low-income people in their search for jobs, according to Los Angeles Times.
“What he chose to do with his time and his life was noble,” Nas said regarding Fuentes. “He struck me as a smart person with a good heart.” Fuentes founded the company in 2009. The company had 15 employees at one point, before reportedly struggling and ending with two people on the payroll, including Fuentes. Fuentes reportedly lived out of his car, allowing former employees to live in his apartment, as per latimes.com. Now, Proven is run out of a San Francisco office with four employees.
Did he or didn’t he? That’s the million dollar question.
Rapper 2 chainz was allegedly the victim of a robbery this past weekend in San Francisco. 2 Chainz steady denied ever being robbed, but authorities in San Fran say that yes he was the victim of a robbery.
TMZ has obtained a video of 2 Chainz and his crew being robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco this weekend … and the footage shows the chaotic moments as the rapper and his crew desperately ran for their lives.
2 Chainz and his entourage were casually walking down the street Sunday afternoon when at least 2 men approached the crew and pointed guns at them one in a white shirt, the other in a black hoodie.
2 Chainz and his crew immediately scattered frantically trying to sprint down the street while the gunmen chased after them.
One of the gunmen seemed to be having fun during the incident and gleefully skipped after the rapper while 2 Chainz tried to get away.
During the chase, 2 Chainz stumbles and falls and one of the gunmen pounces hovering over the rapper with his gun drawn.
According to police, the bad guys jacked 2 Chainz for his cell phone and wallet. Towards the end of the video, you can see a man running back up the street with what appears to be the loot stuffed under his clothes.
As far as the bad guys, so far no arrests have been made. Watch the surveillance footage here
In this video, recapping Iamsu!’s sold-out performance at 330 Ritch in San Francisco, viewers can see not only the long lines outside the venue, but also the excitement in the venue, as Su! ran through a string of $uzy 6 $peed fan-favorites, including lead single “Mobbin,” the Wiz Khalifa-featuring “Goin Up,” and more, before closing with an encore of “100 Grand,” a song that features Juvenile and fellow HBK Gang member Kool John.