‘Watch How Bad It Gets’: 50 Cent Says Los Angeles Is ‘Finished’ – DW

by Joseph Curl, Daily Wire:

If you think Los Angeles is bad now, just wait.

Sure, drug addicts are shooting up on the streets, aggressive homeless people are everywhere, and violent crime is soaring. But rapper 50 Cent says the worst is yet to come.

50 Cent (real name Curtis Jackson) took to Instagram to post a video clip of a news report about a federal judge’s decision that holding inmates until they can pay cash bail is a violation of their constitutional rights.

“Starting at midnight tonight, the sheriff’s department will no longer detain people for crimes such as theft, shoplifting, drug use, vandalism, battery, and a whole host of other non-serious, non-violent crimes that affect the quality of life of people here in Los Angeles County,” Deputy District Attorney John McKinney says in the clip.

The news anchor then says: “LA Deputy DA John McKinney explains that due to Judge Lawrence Riff’s ruling, many people arrested will be released immediately without having to pay bail before their arraignment.”

McKinney follows, saying: “Judge Riff made the point of saying that he implored California officials like the sheriff, the chief of police, the district attorney, the city attorney, he implored them to testify to explain why he shouldn’t issue this order, and he was surprised when no one stood up to challenge it.”

“No one challenged it, not LAPD Chief Michael Moore, LA County Sheriff Robert Luna, or District Attorney George Gascon,” McKinney says.

Jackson’s comments were brief. “LA is finished watch how bad it gets out there. SMH,” he posted, which is shorthand for “shaking my head.” The rapper included an emoji of googly eyes.

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