Police say the rapper got into a physical altercation with a woman Saturday morning.
“I have been in the forefront of this battle,” the music legend said.
“I am proud to use my voice to unite and represent our country,” legendary singer says.
“You don’t want to miss this,” the television personality tweeted.
Hip-hop star is producing a week-long concert series ahead of the Super Bowl.
“I know it’s hard times, everyone’s struggling,” the director explained.
“I can’t believe I’m even saying Rest In Peace,” the reality star wrote on Instagram.
Rapper was performing at the A3C Hip-Hop Festival in Atlanta.
“A lot will be riding on how things go this season,” Monique Chenault, the show’s EP, tells Urban Hollywood 411.
A source says BET is considering moving the show to Atlanta, Houston or Austin.
The award-winning series is set to return in 2019.
African American Film Critics Association will host special screenings in Los Angeles and Atlanta.