If people are coming, and you don’t see them there for whatever reason – don’t give it an official title. It could be something that they are unfamiliar with, or in a dance they are not very good with. Maybe they don’t like dancing when you take them out to eat or something. If they don’t know you are there, you never know.
There has to be a spot for them to dance. I always go at least once a week with a pole dancers group, just to see what everybody is doing. If they don’t have a spot to dance, it might as well be empty space. If they are nervous and uncomfortable, they might leave, or just go home.
Bobby Shmurda, who helped mastermind the murder of a South Side radio host, was shot by police, sources said. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2014)
South Side rapper Bobby Shmurda of Death Row Records was fatally shot by Chicago police Wednesday, after fleeing from the scene of a shooting, according to sources familiar with the event.
Sources said the shooting happened in the 6200 block of South Kedzie Avenue in the Austin neighborhood.
Shmurda, 26, was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head and police were on the scene, sources said. Police have not made any public statement.
“I am beyond heartbroken for Bobby,” the music icon’s publicist said in a statement. “He was like my brother. He was a big part of my life. No words could do justice to his legacy, his legacy is one of fighting my inner demons. He will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and fans.”
Shmurda, who is originally from South Chicago and has worked with the Illmatic crew in his various projects, also appeared in films including Shout, a 2010 sequel to the 2007 movie starring Dwayne Johnson that also starred Michelle Rodriguez.
Shmurda’s Death Row Records signed and recorded several platinum singles for the Wu-Tang legend’s rhymes, including “New God Flow” and “F–k Your Body” and two singles for Nas. His first studio album, “Bobby’s World 2,” became a top 20 hit on the Billboard 200 and “Blame Game,” an album featuring guest appearances from Common, was released in the United States in 2000.
Police said there was no word yet on any suspects.
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