Sheck Wes Will Reportedly Face No Charges Following L.A. Abuse Allegations.
TMZ reported Monday that the L.A. County District Attorney’s office will not be pressing charges against Sheck Wes in the Montrose Hotel incident involving ex-girlfriend Justine Skye. Their reason? A “lack of evidence.”
“A judge in the Superior Court of California granted a restraining order against [Sheck] Wes that is still in effect and the correlating case is still pending,” Justine Skye’s management said in a statement to The FADER. “However, it is unfortunate that the Los Angeles District Attorney decided to not pursue any further action at this time but that is often the case with many victims of Domestic Violence which is why incidents like this go unreported much of the time.”
T.I.’s Philanthropic Efforts Have Been Honored by the Georgia Senate.
T.I.’s being given his flowers by the ATL community. On Friday, the rapper was honored for his philanthropic contributions at the Georgia State Capitol.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that State Sen. Donzella James uplifted Tip for his multiple nonprofit organizations, including Harris Community Works, which was created to help low-income families, and For the Love of Our Fathers, which helps those living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Shout out to T.I.
WWE’s Nikki Bella Has Retired from Wrestling.
After traveling Europe, Nikki Bella says she’s ready to leave the ring. In a recent episode of her reality show, Total Bellas, she essentially expressed that she feels she may just be getting too old for this sh*t (but not in those words, of course, lol).
“[The tour] was good but I just feel like I’m too old for that travel,” she shared. “The travel was really, really rough. So, I realized, I was like, why am I doing this? I don’t feel good.”
She added that she believes women are doing the damn thing for the WWE, so she doesn’t have any qualms about leaving.
“I really am ready to hang up the jersey, like I can say it fully.”
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