Fetty Wap Pleads Guilty to Avoid Jail in Drunk Driving Case

Fetty Wap was looking forward to releasing his upcoming sophomore album King Zoo, but the project has been put on hold for now, though his fans are eagerly waiting. The rapper was arrested back in November for the drunk driving race which put him on fifteen charges including for careless endangerment and driving while impaired. Besides his legal bail, he’s been teasing new music after he dropped For My Fans 3: The Final Chapter. The project was dropped back in January and now he dropped another album including “Kiss Wowie” which was supposed to be a tribute to his girlfriend. Most recently he released “Air it Out”. The wrapper seems to be back on track. Now, the legal cases are solved we expect to see some of his new releases this year. Fetty got a no-jail sweetheart deal on his felony drunk driving arrest in Brooklyn instead pleading guilty to a lesser misdemeanor charge of reckless endangerment. Under a deal struck in Brooklyn Criminal Court, Fetty will have to take a state Impaired Driving Program course, and he’ll lose his license for 90 days. The misdemeanor will also remain on his record. But Fetty, 26, whose given name is Willie Maxwell, had originally faced as much as seven years prison on his original charges of drunk and reckless driving, speeding and felony reckless endangerment. Leaving court, he posed for selfies with star-struck passersby, but covered his face with his hoodie when news photographers showed...

More than 100 Girls Missing After Raid on Nigerian School

It was reported earlier this year that more than 100 girls were missing after the raid at a Nigerian School. The Media had reported that more than 100 of the girls have been missing after a suspected Boko Haram militants attacked their school in northeastern Nigeria. Bashir Manzo, father of one of the girls, interviewed with CNN said that his was one of the girls who is missing and unaccounted for after the raid on the Government Girls Science Technical College in Dapchi, Yobe.  The Nigerian Government has not yet come up with the release of the official list of those missing.  Shortly after the attack, Yobe’s governor did officially announce that almost 50 girls are unaccounted for, but the Manzo, who is the newly elected head of the parents’ association at the school, has reported that according to parents and the association’s records 104 girls were missing. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has given a promising statement to the families that they will be returning the missing girls to their families in a safe and secure way and hopefully bring the attackers to justice. Buhari has proclaimed it a national disaster and a shameful act for the world.  A great number of the troops and surveillance aircraft have been deployed to search the territory for the unknown number of missing students. Update: In a statement release not long after the initial event, the Yobe state government said an unspecified number of girls had been rescued from the “terrorists who abducted them” and were now with the army. Reuters news agency quoted parents and a government official as saying that...