Reacting to Duane “Keefe D” Davis being arrested in the Tupac Shakur murder case, the rapper’s brother shared, “It didn’t have to happen at all. I hate to even have to live in the reality that my brother’s not here.”
“First off, I was so glad I was able to see ‘Caresha Please.’ I just love her! Ari and her were able to clear some things up and I am here for it!” one person said.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s lawsuit claimed that employees at the company’s Bay Area facility were subjected to slurs, swastikas, and threats.
The alarming incident took place at a Dublin GymSTART event in March 2022.
The comedian insisted there are no boundaries in comedy. “Just don’t touch nobody,” he emphasized.