Titles: Warren G Samples LAPD Detective’s ‘Purge’ Quote; Mexican Food Museum Opens at DTLA


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—Long Beach rapper Warren G has released a new video for his song “Life is Beautiful” which uses the head of the LA Police Protective League by Jamie McBride recent speech comparing today’s LA to The purge in the intro of the song. [Complex]

— In comments attempting to criticize Nancy Pelosi, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene confused “gazpacho” with the Nazi Gestapo. [CNN]

-Two members of the Rollin 30’s Harlem Crips were each sentenced to 12 years in prison for the March 4 theft of a $500,000 watch from a Beverly Hills jeweler in Il Pastaio, in which a restaurant was shot down. The man responsible for discharging the gun is awaiting sentencing. [LAT]

—Gas prices in LA and OC are at record highs. [LAT]

—This time when Edin Alex Enamored exposed a group of undercover cops at the Super Bowl and called them “corporate puppets.” [Foos Gone Wild]

“Don’t run or I’ll kill you. A robbery victim recalls her frightening experience at a West Hollywood Rite-Aid last Sunday night. [KTLA]

—Plaza Cocina, a museum dedicated to Mexican cuisine, is now open at downtown’s La Plaza de Cultura y Artes with its first exhibition “Maize: Past, Present, and Future.” [ABC]

—A 50-year-old man was arrested for attempting to break into the cockpit of his flight from LAX on Sunday. [CBS]

—A Manhattan art gallery called “The Hole” is now open on La Brea. [TAN]

—A New Hampshire town polluted with PFAs has nearly three times as many thyroid and other cancers. [The Intercept]


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