DIANA KING wants JAMAICA GOVERNMENT to legalise SAME SEX MARRIAGE
DIANA KING TOOK TO HER FACEBOOK PAGE AFTER SHE LEARNT THAT SAME SEX MARRIAGE WAS LEGALIZED IN AMERICA HOPING THAT IT WOULD BE LEGALIZED IN JAMAICA WHERE SHE WAS BORN
A spokesman for the New York City Sheriff’s Department tells WPIX-TV that the 44-year-old rapper was taken into custody Friday for several “issues outstanding.”
He said those included $400,000 worth of unpaid child support, a warrant issued by the city of White Plains for bail jumping and a robbery complaint out of Newark, New Jersey.
The rapper’s real name is Earl Simmons.
He was scheduled to perform at the Master of Ceremony concert at Radio City alongside Shabba Ranks and other rappers.
A management company that has represented DMX did not immediately return an email seeking comment.
Mark Price, according to the West Indies News Network, was part of a 10-man entourage with his famous brother at the RLB International Airport on Saturday morning, about to board a flight from St Kitts, when the incident happened.
Diddy legal troubles are far from over because the rap mogul was charged with assault following an incident with strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi earlier this week.
The Bad Boy rapper, whose real name is Sean Combs, was taken into custody and is now out on bond. He was charged with three counts of assault with deadly weapon, one count of battery, and three count of making terrorist threats.
TMZ is reporting that Diddy’s son, Justin Combs, was a target of coach Alosi since February when he missed a training session to sit courtside with his famous father and Ben Stiller at the NBA All-Star game.
“While you guys are training, this guy is sitting courtside with his dad,” Alosi reportedly said.
Diddy said he finally had enough after seeing his son home when he should be practicing. The coach sent Justin Combs packing and told him not to come back until the summer ends.
Additional, reports also suggest that prosecutors might drop the charges against the rapper.
Fraser-Pryce, got her usual bullet start and left all in her wake from then to win in 10.79 seconds with her MVP teammate Natasha Morrison surprising the field to take second in 11.03, as former World Championships gold medallist Veronica Campbell-Brown finishing fast to pip Sherone Simpson. Campbell-Brown was clocked in 11.08 to Simpson’s 11.14
All four have guaranteed a place on Jamaica’s team to the World Championships with Fraser-Pryce being the defending champion, gives her an automatic spot at the event.
Asafa Powell crowned himself king of Jamaica’s sprinting on Friday at the National Senior Championships, securing victory in the 100 metres at National Stadium.
Powell with a slower than usual start, caught early risers Nesta Carter and Nickel Ashmeade at the 30 metres mark. Under pressure from Ashmeade, Powell maintained his form and powered to victory as Ashmeade got home ahead of the fast finishing Kemar Bailey-Cole.
Powell was timed in 9.84 seconds with Ashemeade getting 9.91 with Baile-Cole doing 9.97 as Carter faded into fourth with 9.98.