Fresh Friday. We’re feeling fresh SOHH why not get things going with XXXTentacion saying he’s done with searching for love? Speaking of hip-hop, is Hollywood funnyman Seth Rogen about that 2Pac life? On a different note, should we all be careful with our IG flexing because cops are targeting us? All this coming up in SOHH Whatcha Think.

1. XXX-Tremely Real

Are you ready to see XXXTentacion settle down? Neither is he. Turns out the Florida rapper isn’t looking to settle down with a bae anytime soon. Akademiks is on it:

#xxxtentacion ain’t claiming nobody

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Do you agree? Is he keeping it too real? Do you think he’s just young and living life right now? #SOHHWhatchaThink?

2. Respeck On His Name

Are we going to act like 2Pac isn’t a serious G.O.A.T. contender? Everyone has their preferences but if there’s one thing you cannot do, it’s ignore Pac’s greatness. Turns out Seth Rogen had to check someone about spitting on Pac’s name. Level Up Hip Hop is on it:

@SETHROGEN DON'T PLAY BOUT @2PAC 😤😭💀

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Is this epic? Is Seth Rogen THAT dude? Are you in tears too? #SOHHWhatchaThink?

3. Stay Woke

It’s not safe anymore. Just when it looked like the hip-hop police had faded to black, now the cops have stepped up and made sure to monitor social media? Really? An interesting, must-read Injustice Today article is worth your time. Here’s an excerpt of how Philly cops are allegedly getting down:

Jamal, a young black man — whose name has been changed at his request due to confidentiality concerns — was swept up in Philadelphia’s Focused Deterrence program, an initiative meant to crack down on gang violence but which has instead been used to criminalize entire social networks of young black and brown people. Philadelphia police arrested him in September 2016 on a gun charge after an officer in the department’s South Gang Task Force identified Jamal as a member of a gang. How had that officer made that determination? As officer Matthew York, a member of the task force, later testified in court, it was largely based on photos and tweets that appeared on Jamal’s social media and which York believed associated him with a gang, as well as Jamal’s appearance in a friend’s music video, a video that the officer believed was “gang-related.” (Injustice Today)

Are tweets really going to be used against us? Is there any safe place anymore? Is social media being constantly watched by law enforcement to do raids i.e. Kodak Black? #SOHHWhatchaThink?

That wraps it up for today. This is SOHH On The Spot giving you the scoop from your favorite gossip sites.

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