Bunk Police Get Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine Dealer To Confess At Electric Forest [VIDEO]
The Bunk Police was founded in 2011 as a way to combat the ever-growing trend of laced drugs being sold to unknowing, and often naive, ravers at festivals and beyond. They offer a variety of tools and educational materials focused on providing drug users with methods of finding out what their drugs could be laced with.
Two weeks ago at Electric Forest, a batch of fentanyl-laced cocaine was going around and causing problems. One Bunk Police volunteer at the festival recounted his bizarre story of tracking down the dealers responsible and the sticky quasi-legal situations he found himself in as a result.
Eventually, the laced drugs were narrowed down to two dealers. One of the dealers filmed a tear-filled apology for Bunk Police, who released the video under the condition that his face was blurred and voice modulated. The other dealer, after learning that his drugs were laced with fentanyl, maliciously continued to sell his baggies to unsuspecting buyers at the festival. While we don’t agree with the decision to not turn in the second dealer, we respect the sticky legal situation it would have put the volunteer in.
Both the video of the confession and the entire account of what went down from the Bunk Police volunteer on reddit are below. It’s an absolutely incredible story by any measure.
Tchami Just Dropped A Fresh New Groove with Brohug, "My Place"
Tchami has been spending a lot of time with Malaa lately, whether on tour or in the studio. So now that he’s just dropped a new collaboration with Brohug on Confession, we’re salivating.
The new track, “My Place,” featuring Reece, is an absolutely electric tune that blends the both of both artists’ styles. Wonderful Tchami instrumentation with the typical Brohug grit, “My Place” hits on all cylinders from the very get-go and doesn’t stop.
Reece comes front and center during the bridge with echoing vocals that give depth and mystery to the tune, a nice contrast to the in-your-face qualities of the drop.
The track seems to be getting some undue criticism in the SoundCloud comments, but really, what else is new? This bangs; listen below.
Tchami, Brohug – My Place ft Reece
The Rock Confesses To Conflict With Vin Diesel During Filming
The longstanding rumor bad blood boiling between The Rock and the Fast and Furious regulars has all been confirmed by the man himself. In an interview with Rolling Stone, the Rock makes a strong allusion to a discordance between him and Vin Diesel creating tense moments on set. This confession comes amid conflicting reports about atmosphere on set, many regarding The Rock as a dream to work with. One the directors The Rock worked with in the past credit his athletic background with his 'coachability.'
The Rock did not hold back during the last week filming The Fate the Furious, lambasting his co-stars several times over social media, labeling them as individuals who fail to "conduct themselves as stand-up men and true pressionals" and who were "too chickenshit to do anything about it. . . . Candyasses."
When pressed for more insight into the situation by Josh Eells, The Rock fered this simple explanation:
"Vin and I had a few discussions, including an important face-to-face in my trailer, and what I came to realize is that we have a fundamental difference in philosophies on how we approach moviemaking and collaborating."
On top that, it is believed that a majority the scenes incorporating The Rock and Vin were filmed separately. Sometimes you've just got to let go.
O.J. Simpson Reportedly Confessed 1994 Murders To Book Publisher
After years nonchalantly alluding to the brutal 1994 murders Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, O.J. Simpson appears to have finally confessed to his crimes 24 years after the fact. The confession was allegedly made directly from OJ's lawyer when calling the book publisher for If I Did It, saying that the former football star was ready to admit that he had murdered his ex-wife Nicole and restaurant server Ron Goldman. The news was revealed to TMZ through an outtake the upcoming television special "OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?" which is set to air on Fox this Sunday.
The video will not be aired along with the rest the episode, but, if true, the age-old question if O.J. committed the crimes can finally come to a close. Simpson's lawyer allegedly called the publisher his book, If I Did It, and said that he would be ready to confess to the murders on one condition: that the title the book remained the same instead the proposed "I Did It." The publisher, Judith Regan, shared the news herself, stating that O.J. wanted to keep 'If' in the name to cover in dealing with his kids.
The development is remarkable, albeit probably not for some, and it certainly makes us curious to tune into the show to see if any further information is released. View Regan's interview below, which will not be aired on Sunday and read more here.
Cazztek – If You Really Wanna (feat. Kiyoshi)
I can never resist a good house tune no matter what and Tchami’s label Confession is one my guilty house music pleasures. He’s released plenty my favourite house cuts over the last few years and this new release by Cazztek is certainly up there.
Teaming up with vocalist Kiyoshi, the mysterious Las Vegas-based producer delivers a bouncy new record perfect for the modern day dance floor. Kiyoshi’s brash vocals add another dimension bravado and swagger similar to Cazztek’s previous grime-esque single “Came to Get Funky.” Expect “If You Really Wanna” to make an equal if not bigger splash on the dance-floor this year.
EDM's Most Badass Mystery DJ Just Dropped His Newest Mix [MUST LISTEN]
Wake up, wake up, wake up! My children, my brothers, my sisters! It’s time to celebrate this vibration, this movement, this connection, this insurrection, this blessing…
We could go on, but the idea here is that Malaa just hit us with a brand new mix!
Who is Malaa #19 is the most up-to-date mix from the Confession tastemaker. The intro is sure to hype you up from the start, and the rest the 30 plus minute mix will make you “shuffle and prance,” celebrating some the best current house music from the genre’s most mysterious DJ. The 19th installment Who is Malaa is totally seamless and incredibly stacked, featuring productions from Green Velvet, Eli Brown, Detlef, KEELD, Ejeca, and more.
Still cooling f from the recent dual headlining Tchami x Malaa – No Redemption Tour, the latter Malaa proves yet again he has a way heating up the dance floor like no other. When it comes to deep house, bass house, g house — you name it — Malaa knows what’s up.
So, who is Malaa? We still don’t know.
MALAA – Who is Malaa #19