REVOLT Summit X At&T Kicked Off The Weekend w/ Master P, Bobby Shmurda, Coi Leray, Ray J and More!

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The REVOLT Summit x AT&T returned to Atlanta, GA on September 24 and 25 for its fourth iteration of specially curated panels, workshops and more aimed to empower young Black artists and leaders.

The two-day experience kicked off with hosts Pretty Vee and Fly Guy DC welcoming the local Atlanta community. The day continued with insightful conversations led by today’s cultural leaders, including an exclusive live viewing of the financial literacy series, Assets Over Liabilities, which featured a conversation with Master P, Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings.

The Summit continued with additional panels such as Beyond The Rim, a one-on-one conversation with Dennis Rodman that discussed mental health, The Future of Cannabis, where moderator Mouse Jones spoke with Bobby Shurmda, Al Harrington, Berner and The Cannabis Cutie on the booming marijuana industry that has historically boxed out Black Americans. Detavio Samuels, CEO of REVOLT, also led the Future of REVOLT Keynote which discussed the future of the Black-owned multimedia company.

The day also included amazing live performances by Lakeyah, Baby Tate, and Nardo Wick. Attendees also tuned into Cancel Culture, an insightful conversation with Amber Rose, Nene Leakes and Ray J moderated by Jason Lee, before the night ended with electrifying performances by Rich Homie Quan, DreamDoll, Big BossVette, and Rob49.

On Sunday, an impactful panel exploring the future of community, was led with a  keynote conversation with Social Justice Leader and Movement Strategist Tameka D. Mallory, discussing the future of our fight for freedom, justice, equity and civil rights.

The day was full of can’t miss moments, including an insightful conversation with REVOLT, CEO Detavio Samuels and an exciting panel with The Crew League season 4 host Trinidad James.

Sunday also included amazing live performances by Lakeyah, Baby Tate, and Nardo Wick


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Ludacris’ Manager Chaka Zulu Charged With Murder For June Shooting

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According to report from CNN, music exec and manager to rapper/actor Ludacris, Chaka Zulu, has been charged with murder in connection to a shooting in June at an Atlanta restaurant in which one person lost their life. Even though the co-founder of Luda’s Disturbing Tha Peace imprint is claiming self-defense, Atlanta Police have charged Zulu with murder, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime and simple battery.

On Tuesday, Zulu surrendered and was booked into the Fulton County Jail. He was released the same day on $200,000 bond, according to jail records. He has been the only one charged in the crime since the shooting.

Zulu, whose given name is Ahmed Obafemi, was one of three people found by police with gunshot wounds in the parking lot of a Buckhead shopping center on Peachtree Road. One of the other men, 23-year-old Artez Jamil Benton, died from his injuries. Benton is described as a hard working young man, graduating with honors from Druid Hills High School then attended Young Harris College, recruited as a baseball player, and also received a partial academic scholarship. Benton graduated last year with his business degree. Obafemi’s attorney, Gabe Banks, claims that Zulu only fired his weapon in self defense and if he did not defend himself, he may have been the one who lost his life that night.

Banks offered a full statement this morning (September 18) about the incident and charges brought against his client:

“Mr. Chaka Zulu, a beloved son of the City of Atlanta, is disappointed in the Atlanta Police Department’s decision to bring charges against him surrounding the shooting that occurred in June 2022. A close review of all the evidence, including the surveillance footage and eyewitness interviews, reveals that Mr. Zulu was attacked and jumped from behind by a gang of at least four individuals (sadly including the decedent) and was forced to defend himself after this gang repeatedly stomped, punched and kicked him while he was on the ground in a defenseless posture. Mr. Zulu was shot in the back during the shooting and nearly lost his life, and is still recovering from the nearly fatal injuries he sustained that evening. Mr. Zulu was at his place of business that might and had every reason to defend himself. In an attempt to save his life, Mr. Zulu lawfully discharged his weapon in self-defense, a weapon that he is licensed to carry. Mr. Zulu fully cooperated with law enforcement officials and their investigation, and voluntarily turned himself in once he teared of the arrest warrants. Mr. Zulu remains confident that his name will be cleared of all charges through the judicial process. It is not lost on Mr. Zulu that someone lost his life, but had Mr. Zulu not lawfully defended himself, Mr. Zulu would have been killed that night.”

Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed served as a spokesman for the family after the shooting, while Zulu remained hospitalized.

“We are fortunate to report that Chaka Zulu is in stable condition and recovering,” Reed said. “The family thanks everyone for their well wishes and prayers, and asks for their privacy at this time.”

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[WATCH] Atlanta Murder Suspect Captured During Traffic Stop After 28 Years On The Run

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Last week, an Atlanta man was pulled over by deputies with the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office doing random registration checks and found out that the man driving had no insurance and his driver’s license was suspended.

The deputies told the man, who said his name was Rais Sekhem, that his South Carolina-issued license was suspended before he was arrested and charged with driving on suspended license, no insurance, and suspended registration.

After being fingerprinted, the man’s prints came up under the name Muhammed Bilal El-Amin, who is wanted for the 1994 murder of 18-year-old Jafferd Tucker at Atlanta’s Oakland City Train Station, who El-Amin allegedly shot in the face.

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