Hip Hop Week In Review: Lee "Q" O ' Denat, Instagram Drama, And Suge Knight
RIP Lee "Q" O'Denat.
HIPHOPDX – This week in Hip Hop, WorldStarHipHop founder Lee "Q" O ' Denat passed away at the age of 43. The federal Government uses Instagram to bust supposed to read dealer to the stars Harrison Garcia, and D12's Swifty McVay talked about the time Suge Knight tried to flex on Eminem 50 Cent "In Da Club" music video shoot.
WorldStarHipHop founder Lee "Q" O ' Denat died of a heart attack this week during a visit to a massage parlor in San Diego. He was 43.
Hip Hop mourned the death of media chief who launched the site in 2005 as a mixtape-hosting platform, which evolved to become what it is known for today, with the scandalous clips mixed with the music videos of Hip-Hop's emerging talent.
Many in the Hip Hop community shared emotional reactions to his death, including Mistah F. A. B., who told DX that Q had always been supportive of him.
"Uncle always had my back from the door, from the publication in the web page the text and personal interactions," he said. "Always in good favor and the spirit. Respect to his legacy."
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Accused Dealer Is Caught On Instagram
U.S. homeland Security Investigation agents used in the Instagram account of Chris Brown/Future/Lil Wayne associate Harrison "Cuban Harry" Garcia to block him over his alleged connection to a series of robberies involving liquid promethazine.
The 27-year-old private Instagram page was full of bold gestures and flashy jewelry and lots of money. He was caught on video selling the illegal substance in the chamber, which allows the authorities to obtain a court order. His trial is scheduled for February 6.
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In other GI news, Meek Mill deleted his account, again.
The Time Of Suge Knight Bent On Eminem
Swifty McVay of D12 spoke with the Murder Master Music Show to share your account of when Suge Knight arrived on the set of 50 Cent's "In Da Club" video shoot trying to scare all the world, including E