Harlem rapper Jim Jones headed to court yesterday following an alleged physical assault on someone at the 5th Avenue Louis Vuitton store late last year. Not just anyone, ahem, some pal of an R&B star called Ne-Yo and the younger brother of rapper Jay-Z's road manager, reports The Daily News. Why is it that court dates always coincide with album drops? The paper also notes that his solo album hit stores yesterday, and he performed at Virgin Megastore hours after standing before a judge to reject a plea deal. Instead of taking 10 days of community service for the incident, the case will now go to trial on April 21st. His lawyer maintains that the other guy started it.
Harlem Rapper Jim Jones Drops Album, Goes to Court
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