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Dozens of people came out for an exclusive screening of Willie D’s new video to the song Coon.
The legendary member of the Geto Boys invited only close friends and family to the screening held in Houston’s Recording Studio in Katy Thursday night.
The video is the follow up to the controversial song that calls out so called coons in the African American community.
Willie D describes a coon as someone who publicly belittles their own race in order to be accepted by another.
The celebrities targeted in the song are Stacey Dash, Charles Barkley, Don Lemon, and many more.
After the screening of the video the unapologetic rapper held a question and answer session.
It revealed Willie D will release more coon related songs calling out even more individuals he says have betrayed their own people to get ahead.
Hundreds possibly thousands of people showed up to Houston’s Fifth Ward for a block party thrown by James Prince Jr. for his birthday.
Rapper Drake, Jas Prince, James Prince himself, and many more attended the event.
Believe it or not the VIP section was the roof of a building on Liberty street where the guest of honor and many of his celebrity friends camped out.
Here are the pictures and videos from the event!
A Houston rapper is lucky to be alive tonight after he says he stared down the barrel of a gun and was pistol whipped.
Tai Carr, known to fans by the stage name Doughbeezy, says he was attacked when he went to a friend’s house in the Houston Heights on Tuesday night.
Houston police say Doughbeezy walked right into the middle of a home invasion.
Carr posted on Instagram after he was attacked that he made his way to his vehicle and grabbed a gun out of the trunk. He ended his story there, but police say a victim, who they did not positively identify as Doughbeezy, took a gun out of a truck and shot and killed one of the home invaders.
“I definitely see Doughbeezy as a hero,” said Houston-based and nationally-recognized rapper Paul Wall during an interview with FOX 26 News. Wall also considers Doughbeezy a friend.
A representative for Doughbeezy says that the rapper will not be doing any interviews but he is recovering at home. That representative also says Doughbeezy and his attorney will talk when it is necessary.
A spokesperson for the Houston Police Department says the case will go before a Harris County grand jury as a result of the deadly shooting.
Police took one man, identified as 23-year-old Marquez Romero Heckard, into custody at a nearby Wendy’s restaurant.