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Dallas Lt. Suspended for Violent Rap Song

March 04, 2013  | 

Screenshot via Dallas Morning News.
Screenshot via Dallas Morning News.

A Dallas Police lieutenant who appeared in a rap song brandishing her service weapon has been suspended for five days, reports Fox News.

Lt. Regina Smith has been on administrative leave since November, after she appeared in a video as rapper "Lucille Baller." Smith owned music production company Big Rush In Global Media and appeared on that website in uniform, according to the department.

Smith oversees burglary and theft detectives at the Southwest and Northwest patrol investigative units.

Comments (9)

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William322 @ 3/4/2013 5:04 PM

Okay....Again some one please explain to me again why Females make for stable LEO's and Mils....Do we need the Bad Press ?

RICHARD ISAACS @ 3/4/2013 5:19 PM


Officer white @ 3/4/2013 6:10 PM

What's really sad here is her pictured husband was killed in the line of duty while serving a warrant in Dallas. She has dishonored not only her department and badge but also his name and his badge. Shame on you Regina.

Ofc Pyatt @ 3/5/2013 1:43 AM

Suspended????Why not fired!!

What a disgrace to Dallas PD !!

Trigger @ 3/5/2013 4:32 AM

Willilam322 you are mistaken, it is not only females but males also who wear the uniform. I have worked with and know many excellent female officers in several agencies as I know many excellent male officers. Unfortunatley in any profession there are screwups regardless of sex.

William322 @ 3/5/2013 8:23 AM

Trigger, thank you so much for your heart felt reality check on my thinking. I am thrilled that your bleeding heart has reached out to me.

Bob@Az. @ 3/5/2013 10:46 AM

william322, Your childish blast at Trigger shows you've never served with a female partner or unit mate. If you ever grow up, try contacting one of the many female Israeli military personnel who are renowned for their abilities. Or maybe you just don't like women?

Dan B @ 3/5/2013 1:29 PM

Trigger and Bob@Az: Right on the button. William322 needs to advance to the 20th or 21st century instead of the being stuck in the 18th or 19th.

William322 @ 3/5/2013 4:08 PM

Trigger, et al, some how I made it through all this time without working with a Female,Israeli or otherwise. I Retired 8 years ago at age 58 with Full Pension and Benefits from State Law Enforcement. I enjoy every day but marvel at the power of estrogen with the ever changing LEO and Mils status. So,you young Bucks and Does carry on in my stead....just be careful and vigilant out there.As long as Women do as instructed I have no problem with them. They make wonderful Human Resource People and Dispatchers.

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