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Video: Dallas Lt.'s Hip Hop Song Questioned

November 28, 2012  | 

VIDEO: Dallas Lt.'s 'Lucille Baller' Hip Hop Song

A lieutenant in the Dallas Police Department who goes by the name "Lucille Baller" when she promotes herself as a recording artist promises to shoot anyone who messes with her in a rap song that was posted on her website.

"Don't push Ms. Lucy because you won't like the consequences," Dallas Police Lt. Regina Smith raps on the recording. "Mess with me or I will shoot a [expletive] cuz Lucille Baller, she been to hell and back."

Smith, who oversees burglary and theft detectives at the Southwest and Northwest patrol investigative units, will likely face an internal affairs investigation over the site promoting her independent record label and music production company, Big Rush In Global Media.

She named the independent record label and music production company after her husband, Senior Cpl. Norm Smith, who was fatally shot while he and other gang unit officers were trying to serve a robbery warrant in January 2009.

Read the full Dallas Morning News story.


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