Fraud

SUSPECT MUSIC INDUSTRY ANTICS: LILY ALLEN WINS BEST SOLO ARTIST AT NME AWARDS 2014

Pop singer Lily Allen announced she was “retiring” from the music industry three years ago but decided to return to the scene late last year with the single Hard Out Here, along with a controversial video featuring those misguided former Britain’s Got Talent contestants the CEO Dancers. Hard  Out Here failed to set the chart alight and Lily has not released her new album titled Sheezus (*rolls eyes*) yet. So imagine my surprise when I spotted her smug mug on the front cover []

UK NEWS: FORMER FOOTBALLER AND ANTI-RACISM CAMPAIGNER RESIGNS OVER RACIST SLUR

Via Yahoo Sport The Football Association has accepted the resignation of anti-racism campaigner Paul Elliott from all his positions within the organisation after he made “discriminatory abusive comments”. Elliott, a former Chelsea and Celtic defender, allegedly aimed a racial insult via text at ex-Charlton player Richard Rufus in an argument over a failed business venture. Both men are black. The Sun reported that Elliott, 48, texted Rufus the words: “Ur (sic) a stupid man nigger. You dog. Ur history my friend.” Elliott, []

SNOOP DOGG AKA SNOOP LION ALLEGEDLY BEATEN UP BY ANGRY RASTAFARIANS IN JAMAICA

Has Snoop Dogg’s (aka Snoop Lion) fraud rasta man antics finally caught up with him? Website Best Of Elite reports that the rapper turned “Sizzla” was beaten up by a group of Rastafarians during a recent trip to Jamaica. Reports are that Snoop who flew into the island on a private jet yesterday decided to visit Bobo Hill a place tucked into the folds of the Nine Mile hilly region of Bull Bay, St Andrew, he was also accompanied by Dancehall’s ‘Raving King’ Popcaan. []

UK NEWS: BUSINESSWOMAN GUILTY OF ‘NON-EXISTANT JOB’ FRAUD

Via The Voice Online A BUSINESSWOMAN who conned hopeful job seekers out of 400 (GBP) was found guilty of four counts of fraud by false representation. Michelle Rowe, 40, was given a 16-week suspended sentence and 148 hours of community service for advertising non-existent job vacancies for trainee housing officers through her south London-based company, Arlington Networks. Successful candidates were then interviewed before being told that they had to pay 400 (GBP) to complete a course to secure their position. Continue Reading…. []