Six Injured After Car Crashes Into New York City Deli: The New York Fire Department said Thursday, May 10 that a driver smashed into a deli in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. Six people were injured as a result of the cab collision.
Rapper Xzibit Sued for Allegedly Selling Pesticide-Laced Marijuana: A man has filed a class action lawsuit over claims he fell ill after consuming THC oil from Brass Knuckles, a marijuana line promoted by Xzibit. After experiencing symptoms like nausea, fatigue and chest pains, Ignacio Lee had an independent lab test conducted that found detectable levels of pesticides present. Xzibit maintains “our oil is clean.”
Rapper Young Lo Denies Raping Woman at Chris Brown’s House: Rapper Young Lo has responded to a lawsuit claiming he raped a woman twice at a party thrown by Chris Brown. The attorney for the MC, whose real name is Lowell Grissom Jr., said his client “vehemently denies these false and defaming accusations originated last year, ending with no arrests, no proof, an inconclusive rape kit and after a police investigation — no charges filed.”
Ex-NBA Star Kwame Brown Sues Former Financial Advisors Over Stealing $17.4M: Kwame Brown has filed a lawsuit against Merrill Lynch, Bank of America and financial advisor Michelle Marquez claiming they stole $17.4 million from him. Brown’s filing said the groups were supposed to manage his income and investments in stocks with his concent from 2004 to 2017. Brown is seeking a return of $17 million plus damages.
SpaceX Attempts to Launch New Falcon 9 Rocket: SpaceX is gearing up to send an updated version of its next-generation Falcon 9 rocket into space from Kennedy Space Center on Friday, May 11 following technical issues that blocked a Thursday launch. The Falcon 9 Block 5, is set to send a Bangladeshi communications satellite to geostationary orbit. It also includes improvements like an improved heat shield that Space X hopes will enable it to be flown 10 times. Should things according to plan, the aerospace company could launch more missions with fewer rockets.