Gorilla Rappers Fredo Bang And Lit Yoshi Arrested in Miami

Miami – Fredo Bang whose real name is Frederick Givens and Lit Yoshi whose real name is Miyoshi Edwards are arrested in Miami on a warrant from Louisiana.

Rappers Fredo Bang and Lit Yoshi Arrested in Miami

Two rappers and roommates named Fredo Bang and Lit Yoshi from Baton Rouge-based group, Top Boy Gorillas or TBG, have been arrested by federal agents in Miami this week. 

Fredo Bang, real name Frederick Givens was arrested on July 22 on a fugitive Louisiana warrant, illegal use of a weapon, and property damage. It is not clear what the warrant was for, possibly a breach of parole. He was arrested in 2016 for allegedly shooting a man during an argument outside an apartment complex in Baton Rouge.

Rapper Lit Yoshi was arrested on July 21 on the same Louisiana warrant. The Advocate state that in 2020, Yoshi fired at a vehicle in Baton Rouge and killed one of the three occupants.

‘The Bang Man’ or Fredo Bang was scheduled to perform in Rolling Loud – a hip-hop festival in Miami Gardens on Friday. He is now facing extradition. 

Both rappers live together in Miami. TBG has a longstanding feud with the NBA Youngboys’ “Never Broke Again” crew.

Additionally, according to Miami Herald, Miami-Dade County is seeking two years for interrogation after rapper Youngboy whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, and his crew were set ablaze by a passing car outside the Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach. 

Youngboy’s girlfriend was shot and wounded, three bystanders were grazed and a rental car employee, 43-year-old Mohamed Jardi, was killed by a stray bullet in the street.

No one has been charged in the Miami-Dade shooting case.

Prosecutors believe that Bang and the TBG group were involved. A judge in Louisiana ruled in February that evidence of the shooting case could be used in his forthcoming trial against Edwards.

Stay tuned with us for more updates. We bring latest and accurate information. 

Florida teen & mother arrested for rigging votes in homecoming queen election


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA – A teenager in Florida has been accused of rigging a homecoming queen election along with her mother. The teen has been charged as an adult according to prosecutors.

In March, Emily Rose was 17 when she got arrested. She turned 18 in April. On Tuesday, the State Attorney’s Office in Escambia County confirmed that Grover will be tried as an adult.

Grover and her mother, Laura Rose Carroll, 50, face multiple felony charges stemming from the October homecoming vote at Tate High School in Pensacola.

Laura Rose Carroll was an assistant principal at Bellview Elementary School. According to officials, Carroll accessed the school district’s internal system to cast fraudulent votes for her daughter so that she would win.

The investigation began in November when the Escambia County School District reported unauthorized access into hundreds of student accounts, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

In October, Investigators found that hundreds of votes for the school’s homecoming court were flagged as fraudulent. The investigation found that there were 117 votes from the same IP address within a short period of time.

That’s when investigators found evidence of unauthorized access to the system linked to Carroll’s cellphone and computers at her home. They were 246 votes cast for homecoming court from those devices.

Multiple Tate students told investigators that Grover described using her mother’s system access, or of watching her mother access records, for years, the report said. Investigators learned that since August 2019, Carroll’s account accessed 372 high school records and 339 of those were Tate students.

Investigators said Carroll had district-level access to the school board’s program. System users are required to change their password every 45 days, and Carroll’s annual training for the “Staff Responsible Use of Guidelines for Technology” was up to date, the agency said.

Officials have confirmed that Carroll was suspended from her job, but it wasn’t immediately clear if she has been fired. Authorities said Grover was expelled from Tate High School.

Each is charged with offenses against users of computers, computer systems, computer networks, and electronic devices; unlawful use of a two-way communications device; criminal use of personally identifiable information and conspiracy to commit those offenses.

Carroll remains free on a $6,000 bond, and Grover is free on a $2,000 bond. Prosecutors said the mother and daughter each face a maximum 16-year sentence.

Student remains in custody upon arrest in Orlando

Student remains in custody upon arrest

ORLANDO, FLORIDA-According to the judge, 21-year-old Grady Owens will stay in custody.

The Full Sail University student is confronting three lawful offense allegations and one misdeed including attacking an official and vicious section and muddled lead on Capitol grounds.

Government examiners said pictures from a report show Owens holding a black skateboard. According to news, the student had used the Skateboard which was in hand to assault the officer. The appointed authority said at the hearing on Friday that Owens struck the official so brutally, it caused a blackout.

Owens went under the watchful eye of the judge at the United States Court House in Orange County, where his distant uncle and auntie from Longwood were both in participation.

His distant uncle, David Green, affirmed, considering Owens a decent individual.

The protection requested that the appointed authority thinks about Green as a proper outsider caretaker, in any case, the judge stated that Owens will stay in care.

It was additionally referenced in court by the appointed authority that Owens’ dad purchased boarding passes for both of them and the two of them flew from Texas to Washington, D.C.

The prosecution said both entered the limited territory of the Capitol.


The famous record producer ‘Southside’ arrested in South Florida


AVENTURA, FLORIDA- According to the arrest report, Joshua Howard Luellen of 32 who was popular as ‘Southside’ was arrested in Aventura on a weapon charge.

The arrest is a popular record producer who’s worked with A-list rappers.

The producer, Southside was pulled over near Aventura Mall while driving a black Mercedes-Benz SUV. According to the police, the vehicle had a heavily tinted windshield which obstructed the officer from seeing inside the vehicle.

Upon pulling over, the suspect was inquired upon. He was asked if any weapons were in the vehicle. To this, the Southside had responded saying he had to have two guns with him; one on the floorboard near his feet and another on the floorboard behind the front passenger seat.

According to officers, both guns were apparently fully loaded.

Although Southside showed the officers his permit card, for some reason his permits had been suspended.

Reports say that he was arrested and pressed with charges for carrying a firearm that had a suspended license.