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She was cast in her breakout role of the late Hip-Hop artist Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, in the VH1 biographical film CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, which aired in October 2013 and garnered 4.5 million views in the first night. From the success of the film, Lil Mama joined TLC on their tour for their Greatest Hits album. She got the opportunity to perform a tribute to the late rapper at the 2013 American Music Awards performing the Grammy Award winning song "Waterfalls".
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In October 2013, Lil Mama starred as Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in the VH1 TLC biographical film CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, which aired on October 21, 2013, alongside Keke Palmer and Drew Sidora, who played Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, respectively. The movie generated 4.5 million views in one night. This was her first acting debut and breakout role, in which she received positive feedback from Left Eye's fans. Lil Mama was the first to be cast and from both the success of the movie and the close relationship she formed with T-Boz and Chilli. The group TLC took a chance on Lil Mama, allowing her to substitute for the late Lisa Left-Eye Lopes. TLC took Lil Mama on tour, and Lil Mama carried out Left Eye's legacy by rapping her verses. Lil Mama's journey with TLC came to end after they performed at 2013 American Music Awards Lil Mama and TLC dedicated a performance of Waterfalls for the late Left Eye. After the tribute, Lil Mama and TLC parted ways, and Lil Mama went on to return to making music.
Brandon Motton, 28, of 6305 4th St., Apt. 12E, Marrero. Charges: Racketeering, conspiracy to distribute cocaine, conspiracy to distribute heroin, distribution of cocaine. Prosecutors charged Motton with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and felon in possession of a firearm last year after he and Willie Thornton were arrested Nov. 18, 2013, following a chase that began at a daiquiri shop in the 800 block of Manhattan Boulevard in Harvey and ended in Marrero, when the drive abandoned the car. During the pursuit, the suspects tossed out about 128 grams of cocaine and a .45-caliber Glock pistol, all of which deputies recovered, state and federal court records show. His previous felony convictions include possession of a firearm with narcotics, distribution of cocaine and second-offense marijuana possession. (JPSO)
Charlie Gumms, 19, 2140 Esplanade Place, Terrytown. Charges: Racketeering, conspiracy to distribute cocaine, conspiracy to distribute heroin and marijuana and five counts of attempted second-degree murder. Gumms, who is Charles Gumms' brother, is one of four men charged in the April 22, 2013, shooting at the Lapalco Court Apartments in Harvey, in which three toddlers, ages 1, 2 and 3, and two women, ages 63 and 67, were wounded. The 3-year-old girl was left paralyzed. Gumms was charged with the attempted murders in 2013, and the additional charges were added last week. Of the four, only Frankie Hookfin Jr., of Waggaman, was not charged in the superseding indictment last week. (JSPO)
Davante Robertson, 21, of 600 Deerfield Road, Terrytown. He, too, is among the four defendants charged with five counts of attempted second-degree murder in the April 22, 2013, shooting at the Lapalco Court Apartments. He now faces an additional charge of racketeering. (JPSO)
Kerry Reynard, 25, of 2056 Armstrong Drive, Marrero. Charges: Racketeering, conspiracy to distribute cocaine and conspiracy to distribute cocaine and heroin. He pleaded guilty in April 2013, to felon in possession of a firearm, receiving stolen things and 2nd-offense marijuana possession, and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, records show. He also has convictions for firearms and narcotics offenses. (JPSO)
Lashawn Davis, 21, of 2840 Glenbrook Drive, unincorporated Gretna. Charges: Like Charlie Gumms, Davis is one of the four charged in the April 22, 2013, shooting at the Lapalco Court Apartments. He already was charged with five counts of attempted second-degree murder. The charges added by the grand jury last week are racketeering, conspiracy to distribute cocaine and conspiracy to distribute heroin. (JPSO)
Willie Thornton, 30, of 2319 Justin Lane, Apt. A, Harvey. Charges: Racketeering, conspiracy to distribute cocaine, conspiracy to distribute heroin, and two counts of distribution of cocaine. Prosecutors charged Thornton with the narcotics offenses last year after he and Brandon Motton were arrested Nov. 18, 2013, following a chase that began at a daiquiri shop in the 800 block of Manhattan Boulevard in Harvey and ended in Marrero, when the drive abandoned the car. During the pursuit, the suspects tossed out about 128 grams of cocaine and a Glock pistol, all of which deputies recovered. (JPSO)
One of the defendants, Alcus Smith, 28, of Harvey, was charged with second-degree murder last week in the Nov. 17, 2013, killing of Dante Hall, 22. Hall was shot numerous times in the 2600 block of Pelican Bay Boulevard in Marrero.
Smith was one of two men nabbed by DEA agents in Texas in 2013, while transporting 7,468 grams of cocaine and almost $14,000 in cash in separate cars. They were heading to Harvey, the FBI says. Smith currently is held without bond in Texas, according to court records.
Federal agents also intercepted a phone call in which Williams allegedly authorized an unknown person to kill Tosh Toussaint, according to the indictment. That communication happened Nov. 13, 2013, but prosecutors do not say whether that unknown person carried out Williams' order or why Toussaint was targeted.
They were charged in state court last year in the April 22, 2013, shooting at the Lapalco Court Apartments in Harvey, in which three toddlers, ages 1, 2 and 3, and two women, ages 63 and 67 were wounded.
Among their alleged victims was Doretha Richardson, 81, who was in her home in the 300 block of Fifth Street with her grandson, his girlfriend and a 3-year-old girl. Gunmen, believed to be targeting someone else, opened fire. Richardson died Feb. 15, 2013, on her kitchen floor.
Hookfin and three others are accused in the federal case in the Feb. 11, 2013, death of Emeal Washington, 58. Gunmen fired at least 81 bullets at him. He died in the 6100 block of August Avenue in Marrero.
Tutu was a member of The Elders, an international organization of human rights advocates founded by Mandela. As archbishop he continued to pursue LGBT rights; ordained women priests and promoted gay clerics; and supported same-sex marriage. "I would not worship a God who is homophobic, and that is how deeply I feel about this," he said in 2013. "I would refuse to go to a homophobic heaven. No, I would say, 'Sorry, I would much rather go to the other place.'"
In 2013 he founded the Off-White label, and partnered with Nike to produce a line of sneakers. Abloh also designed furniture for IKEA; refillable bottles for Evian; and Big Mac cartons for McDonald's. His work has been exhibited at the Louvre, Gagosian London, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. 350c69d7ab