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ASAP Rocky just booked a modeling gig with Salavotore Ferragamo. The Harlem rapper will be featured in the Ferragamo Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collection ad campaign called, A Man’s Story. Recently ASAP Rocky and top model Chanel Iman broke off their engagement after dating one year.


Officer Darren Wilson is said to be in talks to be resigning as a Ferguson police officer. Sources say that Darren Wilson met with city officials about turning his badge in. Sources also say that Darren is not admitting guilt by turning in his badge but the decision is mainly for protecting his fellow officers. The grand jury is still reviewing evidence on weather Officer Wilson should be indicted. The panel is set to meet again today on Friday and an decision could come by Sunday.


Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard are joining forces again on the small screen next year. The two were in the film Hustle & Flow together and now the two actors are set to lead a television drama called “Drama.” The series will debut on Wednesday, January 7th at 9pm on Fox. Terrence Howard will play Lucious Lyon who is a former drug dealer turned music mogul. Taraji Henson will be his ex wife named Cookie who returns home after years in prison. The two will battle over control of Lyon’s Empire Entertainment and roles of their three sons who are in the company.


#McFactz: #Ferguson Awaits Grand Jury Ruling For #MikeBrown Shooting


The St. Louis County grand jury has until January to make it’s decision whether #OfficerDarrenWilson should stand trial for the shooting of #MikeBrown but the prosecutor’s office says a decision could come in mid-November. The shooting occurred on August 9th and protestors of #Ferguson Missouri still want an indictment. The governor #JayNixon declared a state of emergency on Monday November the 17th 2014 as a precaution in the event of unrest or violence. Mayor #JamesKnowles told media he expected demonstrations across the region and warned the authorities to “prepare for the worst.” School superintendents in the area have written a letter to city officials requesting that they announce the grand jury’s decision on an evening so it does not affect about 20,000 students traveling back and fourth to school. A group called #DontShootCoalition has asked for 48 hours notice before the ruling is made public. The group would like assurance that police nor government will interfere with the flow of #information and a guarantee police won’t use rubber bullets, rifles, tear gas, and armored vehicles. The shooting of #MikeBrown has awakened a national nerve. #Protests against #racism and #policebrutality have taken place all around the country since Brown’s death.