Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Fabolous' Crew Linked To Zab Judah Robberies

By Mark Vester

New York Police have linked popular rapper Fabolous to crew of robbbers, who seem target high profile celebrities. The robbers are said to be members of Fabolous' Street Fam crew, and responsible for the robberies of of ex-New York Giants player Frank Walker, NBA player Sebastian Telfair and former two-division boxing champ Zab Judah, who was targeted twice.

According to police reports, the Street Fam Crew is made up of 20 members, all former drug dealers from Fabolous' neighborhood of Brooklyn. The NYPD believe Fabolous' friend Shamel McKinney was stabbed to death while trying to rob a man in a nightclub last month.

In 2006, three men tried to rob Judah as he stood next to his yellow Lamborghini on West 27th Street at 10th Avenue in New York. According to police, the trio rolled up in a minivan at about 5am and hopped out. One of them, 19-year-old Derrick Ayers, pulled a black handgun on Judah and told him to put his jewelry on the hood of his car. Judah ran instead. The muggers followed in their van, which ended up crashing into a tree a block away. All three scattered, but one was captured by a Homeland Security agent on his way to work, and another was grabbed by a nearby cab driver. 

"A bunch of idiots that didn't have no control over what they were doing," Judah told The Post. "They messed with the wrong guy."

Fabolous, in a conversation with Allhiphop, denied that his crew had any involvement in the robberies.

"I would like my fans and supporters worldwide to know how disappointed I am in some of the media for the misrepresentation and abuse of my name, I do not want the young people who listen to my music and watch my videos to believe that I am engaged in any illegal activities that would discredit my character."

Send News Tips and Comments To Mark Vester @ [email protected]

Tags:
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by GTL on 12-12-2007

[QUOTE=D.I.E.S.E.L;2932280]low lives:nonono: ...but you gotta do something to pay the rent no? :bling:[/QUOTE] u look like fab.. fab is actually my fav rapper.. street dreams was by far his best album.. i dont really like his new one at all..

Comment by CottoBreaksMen on 12-12-2007

Another sucker and his followers... You gotta be a certified weaknut to play into that "thug life" BS. It means you lacked the balls to be yourself. You had to play blowfish so nobody stomps you into your backpack after…

Comment by RAESAAD on 12-12-2007

[QUOTE=Smokin';2939528]pretty much the ones I mentioned..........fucker.[/QUOTE] fuck off......

Comment by Smokin' on 12-12-2007

[QUOTE=RAESAAD;2939516]No doubt..... On the newest album I really like 1,2,3,4 7,10,12 the best......I don't know the names I go by the numbers...lol[/QUOTE] pretty much the ones I mentioned..........fucker.

Comment by RAESAAD on 12-12-2007

[QUOTE=Smokin';2939507]Songs I really enjoyed were: the one with Mary J Blige the 1st song (dope, dope beat) the t-pain song grew on me diamond on my chain that one with ne yo.. ...i thought hte one where he raps '…

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (42)
Top Headlines Nathan Gorman is Hounding Hatton For Daniel Dubois Fight Dmitry Bivol vs. Jean Pascal in Play For November 24 Regis Prograis Sees Future at 147, Eyes Errol Spence Cormier: Khabib is Crazy, Mayweather Will Beat Him Up Bad! Canelo: The WBC Has Been My Family Since The Beginning Dorticos' Coach Confident Second Time is The Charm in WBSS Miguel Roman Training Hard, Confident of Shocking Berchelt Photos: Canelo Honored By The WBC, Belted By Sulaiman Joe Smith Promoter: We Expect Beterbiev Fight Next, Not Bivol Andrade: I Want Big Fights, Not Face Lesser Guys Like Charlos Do Jaime Munguia Eyes December Fight, Takeshi Inoue is Possible Josh Taylor: Postol Gave Me Test I Needed, I'll Win The WBSS Artur Beterbiev vs. Joe Smith in Play, Says Michel Hearn: We Want Wilder, We're Consistently Making The Effort Bellew: I 100% Believe That I Will Take Oleksandr Usyk Apart! Christian Mbilli Stops Luis Fernando Pina in Two Rounds Katie Taylor Aims To Make Statement For Boston Fans JJ Metcalf vs. Liam Williams Added To Frampton-Warrington Canelo Alvarez vs. Rocky Fielding - Ticket Information Mayweather Reacts To Khabib: CBS, SHO - Get The Checkbook! Lebedev vs. Wilson, Zhang vs. Ustinov on November 24, Monaco Shakur Stevenson Wants Josh Warrington Sooner Than Later Lemieux Hopes To Return in December, Fight Canelo in 2019 Bob Arum: I Don't Believe There's An Al Haymon; He's Fictional Team Kautondokwa Praise Ruling on Saunders, Andrade Shot Frampton Open To Gary Russell, Smiles at Warrington's Style Lewis Benson Vows To Bounce Back, Wants Coyle Rematch Zolani Tete To Be Trained By Floyd Mayweather Sr. McGregor's Trainer Doesn't Rule Out Malignaggi Boxing Match Ricky Hatton Expects Very Big Things From Nathan Gorman This Bud's For You, Crawford's Stock Continues To Rise Adonis Stevenson: I'll Prove I'm Still #1, I'll Knock Gvozdyk Out! Mikael Zewski vs. Ali Funeka Set For Stevenson-Gvozdyk Card Rey Vargas Planning To Make Title Defense in December Felix Verdejo vs. Yardley Armenta Cruz on November 10 Ruben Villa Outpoints Miguel Carrizoza Over Eight Rounds Eduardo Hernandez Draws Heavy Interest From U.S. Promoters Wilder Offers Apology Over Mascot, Network Denies Injury Hearn: Chisora, Not Luis Ortiz, is Frontrunner For Whyte Kavaliauskas-Arriaza Winner Could Be Next Foe For Crawford
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement