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Nicki Minaj brother Jelani Maraj was convicted of raping an 11-year-old girl who was his stepdaughter.

A jury returned the guilty verdict on Thursday after hours of deliberation, NY Daily News reported. Maraj, 38, sat in court stoned face as the verdict was read out. The highly publicized case saw the young girl and her brother testifying while giving graphic details of her sexual encounter with Maraj who was married to her mother. She told the court that he would rape her sometimes up to four times per day.

Nicki Minaj did not attend court during the trial, but she reportedly foots her brother’s legal bill. He is now facing 15 years to life in prison. Jelani Maraj got married to the victim’s mother in 2015 in a lavish wedding that Nicki Minaj reportedly paid for. The first allegation of the sexual abuse came just four months after the couple got married and the victim was just 11 years old at the time.

The young girl, who is now 14, testified in court that her stepfather anally raped her at one point, and then slapped her in her face and told her to keep quiet about what was happening. Her young brother also testified in court that he once walked into a spare bedroom and caught Maraj raping his sister. One juror told reporters that the young girl’s testimony was difficult to listen to. “What (the victim) went through all that time,” Juror Arthur Naclerio, 67, said. “Thinking that if it was a lie, how could she keep it up that long at that age?”

During the three-week trial, Nicki Minaj was rumored to be testifying on his behalf, but she never did and sources told Dancehall HipHop that her attorney advised her not to go near the courtroom much less take the witness stand. The guilty verdict in her brother’s rape case is now giving her some bad press.

His attorney accused the girl’s mother of being vindictive and wanted $25 million from the rap star to make the case go away.


(Intro)
Yeah
Ayy
I do this sh*t cause I-
Turn, turn it up a little bit
I gotta, I gotta, I gotta blap
Yo, yo, ayy

(Pre-Hook)
I might go f**k up these bands (ayy)
I do this sh*t ’cause I can (yeah)
I just took care of my fam (ayy)
Thought this was always the plan (yeah)
I might go fly to Japan (ayy)
Honolulu get a tan (yeah)
To the beach I don’t bring sand (no)
Thought that was always the plan (yeah)

(Verse 1)
Growed up, now I am the man (yeah)
It’s sh*t you don’t understand (ayy)
Popeye just opened the can
I don’t f**k with no fufu that’s not on my brand (ayy)
Call me when you need a hand (yeah)
In the bay I’m superman (ayy)
YSL on me, god damn
Tell me, why is your girlfriend my number one fan? (yeah)
Always scrutinized, bags are super sized, why are you surprised?
Must have mixed us with a different group of guys
Spot the truth or lies, I mean business
But I’m not in suit and ties
Just been prophesized (yeah, uh)
This sh*t fell right into place (yeah)
Indy 500 my pace (ayy)
Drinking it straight to the face
Liquor and women, two things I don’t chase (uh)
Don’t got a minute to waste (yeah)
Mask off I’m showing my face (yeah)
Shoutout Dakari my ace (uh)
They hate so much it’s a disgrace (uh)
I put ’em back into place (yeah)
I put your b*tch in a wraith
I just snatch her, she’s vanishing without a trace (yeah)

(Pre-Hook)
I might go f**k up these bands (ayy)
I do this sh*t ’cause I can (yeah)
I just took care of my fam (ayy)
Thought this was always the plan (yeah)
I might go fly to Japan (ayy)
Honolulu get a tan (yeah)
To the beach I don’t bring sand (no)

(Hook)
Thought that was always the plan (no)
Thought that was always the plan (no)
Thought that was always the plan (ayy)
Did it I do it again (no)
Thought that was always the plan
I might go f**k up these bands (ayy)
I do this sh*t ’cause I can (yeah)
I just took care of my fam (ayy)
Thought this was always the plan (yeah)

(Verse 2)
Ten years this sh*t has been brewing (ayy)
I’m like “The f**k you been doing?” (yeah)
Hall of fame, Gerald’s a shoe in
You’ll never be Jordan, you’re more Patrick Ewing (yeah)
Number one spot, I’m pursuing (ayy)
Exclusive like “who let you in?”
Money talks, I speak it fluent
Got tired of my b*tch, I went got a new one
Quick swish that
This b*tch whack
Pack, flip that
Making quick stacks
This sh*t blap
She did that (uh)
Taking a quick trap nap (yeah)
I go all night and sh*t
Ain’t gotta hide this sh*t
This sh*t’s a freestyle, I ain’t even write this sh*t
Roll me some, Marty, and I’m finna light this sh*t (ayy, yeah)
My jaw swimming on South Beach
This is sh*t that they don’t teach
Don’t go too far
Don’t trap too hard
B*tch, don’t reach like (uh)
Drugs got me on a level, lock jaw, got slow speech
I’m courtside, I got floor seats
Next to Rihanna like “Oh Sheesh!”

(Pre-Hook)
I might go f**k up these bands (ayy)
I do this sh*t ’cause I can (yeah)
I just took care of my fam (ayy)
Thought this was always the plan (yeah)
I might go fly to Japan (ayy)
Honolulu get a tan (yeah)
To the beach I don’t bring sand (no)

(Hook)
Thought that was always the plan (no)
Thought that was always the plan (no)
Thought that was always the plan (ayy)
Did it I do it again (you know?)
Thought that was always the plan (yeah)
I might go f**k up these bands (ayy)
I do this sh*t ’cause I can (yeah)
I just took care of my fam (ayy)
Thought that was always the plan (yeah)

(Outro)
I thought this was always the plan
What were you doing?
What do you mean?
There’s only one way
There’s only one option
There’s only one route to get there, you know?
It’s not going to make itself
When you wake up and check the Chase App
And this sh*t got more and more digits than a license plate
Them seven-eight figures don’t make themselves, yadadamean?
You gotta get it!
This was always the plan


(Verse 1: Jason Derulo)
Big fat thang, overflowing
Skinny tight dress, couldn’t hold it
Way too thick like it’s swollen
Girl, you’re too bad and you know it
When you drop down, lose focus
When that thing clap, that’s a bonus
Back at lookin’ appetizing
Back at that food, it’s a crisis

(Pre-Chorus: Jason Derulo)
Bring that body my way
Can’t take it off my brain
Look like you do ballet (yeah)

(Chorus: Jason Derulo)
Hold tight when you tiptoe
Shake something when you tiptoe
Don’t brace when you push that back
Left, right, do it just like that
Hold tight when you tiptoe

(Verse 2: Jason Derulo)
Ayo, God blessed you from behind (I do)
One hand up like the Heisman (touchdown)
First class seat when you’re riding (oh yeah)
Wine that thing like it’s spineless

(Pre-Chorus: Jason Derulo)
Bring that body my way (my way)
Can’t take it off my brain
Look like you do ballet

(Chorus: Jason Derulo)
Hold tight when you tiptoe
Shake something when you tiptoe
Don’t brace when you push that back
Left, right, do it just like that
Hold tight when you tiptoe

(Bridge: Unknown)
Wine for me darling
When you move your slang is a love mean
Now, why just wine for me darling

(Verse 3: Jason Derulo)
One, trying to figure out who to give your love to
Two, racing like a freak ’til quarter past
Three, You know you’re the one I’ve been looking for

(Verse 4: French Montana & Jason Derulo)
Left cheek, right cheek
Left cheek, right cheek
Left cheek, right cheek
Left cheek, right cheek (aye, aye)
Tiptoe
Tiptoe
Chains on, got me lookin’ like a disco
Who that be? In that drop (Bemo-sari?) (skrrt)
Who that be? Blowin’ gas out the ‘Rari (sk-skrrt)
French vanilla smooth like a honey, yeah, wine it
I sneak up from behind, “what’s you name?”
“Whats your sign?” (huh)
Wind for me, darling
“You wanna’ dock, yeah, or fly out?”
Wind for me, darling
Baby, “wanna’ lease, rent, or buy out?”
Wind for me darling
That money keep blowin’, swat, shorty tiptoe’n
Got your left cheek showin’, mama
Tip…(huh)

(Pre-Chorus: Jason Derulo)
Bring that body my way (my way)
Can’t take it off my brain
Look like you do ballet

(Chorus: Jason Derulo)
Hold tight when you tiptoe
Shake something when you tiptoe
Don’t brace when you push that back
Left, right, do it just like that
Hold tight when you tip toe

(Outro: Jason Derulo & Unknown)
Hold tight when you..
Wine for me darling
When you move your (?) it’s alarming
Now, why just wine for me darling
One-time, two-time for the DJ
Tiptoe


Wiz Khalifa drop his new mixtape Laugh Now, Fly Later and its pure fire.

The project comes with 10 tracks with only one guest appearance from Casey Veggies, who is featured on the opening single “Royal Highness.” On the rest of the project, its pure Wiz Khalifa spitting fire. He also included the previously released single “Letterman” which is the first single off the mixtape. Elsewhere on the mixtape you can find singles such as “Long Way to Go,” “No Dirt,” “Plane 4 U,” and the marijuana anthem “Weed Farm.”

Laugh Now, Fly Later is a precursor to Wiz Khalifa’s upcoming album Rolling Papers 2, due in the coming months. So while fans are waiting on that project this new mixtape will keep them happy. The mixtape is now available on iTunes/Apple Music for streaming.

Wiz Khalifa’s Laugh Now, Fly Later Tracklist:

1. “Royal Highness” Feat. Casey Veggies
2. “Letterman”
3. “Figure It Out”
4. “Plane 4 U”
5. “No Dirt”
6. “Long Way to Go”
7. “Global Access”
8. “City of Steel”
9. “Weed Farm”
10. “Stay Focused”

Stream Laugh Now, Fly Later mixtape below.


French Montana and A$AP Rocky have a joint album coming out and now we are getting some more details on the project.

Sources are saying that the project started out as a single and then that turned into a mixtape and now a full-length album between the two rappers. “They had a lot of chemistry in the studio and one single eventually turned into several singles and now we have a whole entire project on our hands,” sources told Dancehall HipHop. We’re also told that the album could arrive before the end of the year which means late November or sometime in December.

The “Unforgettable” rapper did an interview with Montreality where he first revealed that he and A$AP got a joint project on the way. “Me and Rocky got a project,” French Montana said. “[We’ll] be coming out with it real soon.” Back in August, French Montana said revealed in an interview that he and Rocky has a new single coming out and now he is saying that the pair got an entire project in the works.

During his interview with Montreality, French also revealed how J. Cole almost executive produced his first album.