Pharrell Slams ‘Toxic Energy’ of Hometown as Something in the Water’s Future Remains Uncertain

Rollingston.com Reps said info on the fest’s future was “coming soon,” as musician expressed frustration with the handling of the police killing of his cousin earlier this year Pharrell Williams slammed the leadership of his hometown of Virginia Beach and its “toxic energy” in an open letter regarding the future of his Something in the Water Festival. The letter, issued Tuesday, October 5th, was addressed to Virginia … Continue reading Pharrell Slams ‘Toxic Energy’ of Hometown as Something in the Water’s Future Remains Uncertain

Father of Pharrell’s cousin killed in police shooting files $50M federal lawsuit

NYPost.com The father of Pharrell Williams’ late cousin filed a $50 million wrongful death lawsuit Monday after his son was fatally shot by police in Virginia. Wayne Lynch claimed his 25-year-old son, Donovan, was a “young, innocent, black man” who was shot “unlawfully and without warning” in March by a cop responding to a shooting that did not involve him. The suit, filed in the Eastern District … Continue reading Father of Pharrell’s cousin killed in police shooting files $50M federal lawsuit

Carroll Foy calls for DOJ investigation into Donovon Lynch’s death

VirginiaScope.com Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jennifer Carroll Foy penned a letter to the United States attorney general joining in on the calls for an investigation by the Department of Justice into the death of Donovan Lynch. Lynch was killed by a Virginia Beach police officer in March during a night of chaos at the oceanfront. The officer was wearing a body camera but it was not activated at … Continue reading Carroll Foy calls for DOJ investigation into Donovon Lynch’s death

Congressman Bobby Scott sends letter to the Department of Justice for a Federal Investigation and Civil Rights Investigation in the March 2021 death of Donovon Lynch and December 2020 stop and detention of Lieut. Nazario

See Letter attached… Continue reading Congressman Bobby Scott sends letter to the Department of Justice for a Federal Investigation and Civil Rights Investigation in the March 2021 death of Donovon Lynch and December 2020 stop and detention of Lieut. Nazario