It doesn't in anyway indicate that he got the money illegally although he may very well have.
I don't know anything about this guy but I know it takes more than flashing cash in photos and driving a car paid for by your mom or dad to call yourself a Thug.
Yeah, OK, tax refund. Keep sounding foolish.
Does every reference to either Skittles and/or iced tea automatically define "Trayvon" in your mind?Originally Posted by soulflower
Are those two things exclusive to thug "Trayvon"? Can't someone drive down LVB at 430AM in a Maserati and get involved in a gangsta gun battle with a black-out SUV driven by a convicted felon, and not simply be out shopping for Skittles and iced tea, without it being a reference to a dead Florida thug?
Just because he didn't have a job doesn't mean he didn't pay taxes. He could have done temp work or made some income from his music(I know his music isn't very good but stranger things have happened).
Or he could have gotten the cash from his dad who was paying for his car.
The point is, we really don't know where he got that money from and there's no reason to assume that he got it by doing something illegal. If he was a bad guy, so be it. The truth will come out eventually. So far, he sounds like a wannabe rapper/gangster.
Why mention Skittles and Iced tea at all if not to make some silly reference to the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case?
Justice for Biggie Smalls now!
So indeed it was a rumble between thugzz, playas and gangstazzz and 2 innocent people were killed. This happens all the time everywhere. We are very forunate no innocent people were killed when that shooting broke out in the Inner Harbor!
Harris has previously been arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of kidnapping, sexual assault, being an ex-felon in possession of a gun and robbery, police said.
“And that’s just in our jurisdiction,” Las Vegas police spokesman Marcus Martin told the Los Angeles Times. “He has a habit of not appearing in court, too.”
The thug shooter has been arrested in Los Angeles.
A man suspected in a deadly car-to-car shooting in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip was arrested Thursday at a Studio City apartment complex, bringing an end to a weeklong manhunt.
Los Angeles police and FBI agents surrounded the suburban apartment complex in the 4100 block of Arch Drive about noon and ordered Ammar Harris to surrender. Officers said there was a woman inside the apartment where he was holed up; she was not arrested.
Harris, 26, is being held on suspicion of murder and is expected to be extradited back to Nevada.
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