Jail House Rap: Inmates At New York’s Rikers Island Prison Treated To Private Performances By Hip Hop Stars



Reports Daily Mail:

Inmates at New York’s largest jail are regularly treated to gigs by hip hop stars as a reward for ‘good behavior’.

LL Cool J and Treach from Naughty by Nature are among big-name rap performers to have played for convicts at the prison.

The shows, which were supposed to be kept secret, have come to light just a day after it was revealed that escape artist David Blaine performed for criminals at Manhattan Detention Complex.

‘He’s really having a tough time’: Tracy Morgan ‘struggling’ through slow recovery after deadly crash on New Jersey Turnpike




Reports Daily Mail:

Tracy Morgan still has a long recovery ahead following the devastating June 7 accident in New Jersey that claimed the life of his dear friend, James ‘Jimmy Mack’ McNair.

The former 30 Rock star was released from a rehabilitation centre last month but his progress has been slow, People is reporting.

Shocking Images Show Toddlers Strapped To Nap Cots At Daycare Where Teachers ‘Also Withheld Water To Reduce Diaper Changes’



Reports Daily Mail:

Distressing photos show a toddler boy strapped to his nap cot at a Texas daycare that is currently under investigation for child abuse.

The saddening photos were taken at Heart2Heart Montessori Cchool by teacher Hannah Tidwell, who witnessed facility owner Pamela Decker carrying out the abusive act on a 2-year-old boy.

‘We Miss Charity’: Friends And Teachers Of Fraudster, 34, Who Pretended To Be A High School Student Say They Miss Her



Reports Daily Mail:

A 34-year-old woman fooled her guardian and her entire high school last year when she pretended to be a 15 year old sophomore.

Charity Johnson spent about a month in jail for lying about her identity and age, and then quickly fled Longview, Texas when she was released in June.

15-Year-Old American Catherine Bellis Stuns No. 12 Seed At U.S. Open



Reports YAHOO! News:

A 22-year-old man stood up and wiggled his hips like a child. Blue cap turned backwards on his head, jean shorts hanging low, he held his smartphone up with both hands. As Catherine “CiCi” Bellis’ forehand landed just inside the line, the man stood, continuing to record. This was a moment he’d always remember. There was no time to clap. He needed to keep the camera steady.