The commander of the 72nd division at Sunset Park in Brooklyn, New York Deputy Inspector Emmanuel
The Commander of 72nd Sunset Park in Brooklyn, New York Gonzalez is currently being investigated for statements he made in June 2018. During his address, he reported to his colleagues officers "to shoot him on the spot" by referring to the music queen of Queens, according to one The report The New York Daily News came out on Sunday (February 17th) ). Even more alarming is that the statement was made before the 1950s to attend the New York police penalized in the Bronx.
One store source remembered the incident, saying: "The inspector just said this on call. I like WTF. "
Gonzalez and 50 had little history before the incident. A month earlier, Gonzalez filed a complaint against 50 Cent against aggravating violence, claiming the rapper threatened him with Instagram. He cites the use of the term "take the strap" of the 1950s, referring to the commander who crashes two of the rapper's favorite night spots. He also claims that the 50 followers have harassed him and threatened him in the appeal. 50 eventually dropped the post and no charges were filed. Gonzalez has said his statement is a joke. The rappers tell the site: "Mr. Jackson takes this threat very seriously and consults his lawyers about his ability to move forward." He is concerned that he has not been previously informed of this threat by the New York Police, – mindful that Gonzalez continues to wear a badge and a pistol. " also responds to the news through the social media. "So I wake up this morning, this man Emanuel Gonzales is a dirty cop, abusing his power," he signed a picture of the article. "The sad part is that this guy still has a badge and gun. #NYnotSafe # TheGangstagotabadge."
See the reactions of 50 Cent on the news below.  https://www.instagram.com/50cent/p/ Bt_TeoYnJCM /
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