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Tenn. Cop Seen In Violent Rap Video

A Memphis (Tenn.) Police officer is under investigation after she appeared in a rap video promoting violence under the stage name Quolove. Read the full story here.

October 03, 2012

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Bob@Az. @ 10/3/2012 4:14 PM

"Inciting Violence"? Piss poor image of someone who is supposed to be an LEO. She wants the money that bad maybe she should find another job. Blues, stay safe.

Jelly @ 10/9/2012 3:56 AM

What an embarrassment to LEO's. Perhaps Memphis needs to revaluate it's recruiting and hiring practices. And perhaps "Quolove" needs to decide which side of the law she would like to be a part of. You can't be both! I'm not against rapping, but why not rap a positive message to the kids not one of "thug life".

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