Sunday, February 26, 2017

INTERVIEWS: FUTURE’S FULL INTERVIEW WITH ZANE LOWE

FUTURE’S FULL INTERVIEW WITH ZANE LOWE


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PART 2

SUMMER FEST CRUISE:Summer Fest Cruise Hosted by Dj Khaled! June 30th - July 3rd Miami To The Bahamas

Summer Fest Cruise Hosted by Dj Khaled! June 30th - July 3rd Miami To The Bahamas, Performances by Future, Lil Wayne, A$AP Rocky & Migos

NEWS: Close Call: Aftermath Footage Of Young Dolph's Bulletproof SUV Allegedly Being Shot At


Close Call: Aftermath Footage Of Young Dolph's Bulletproof SUV Allegedly Being Shot At More Than 100 Times!


Young Dolph’s SUV was shot at multiple times last night (Feb. 25) in Charlotte, N.C.

The Memphis rapper, and a bunch of entertainers, are in town to perform at events for CIAA Weekend. According to authorities, the shooting took place around 6:39 p.m. along 600 block of North Caldwell Street, reports WBTV.

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There is no reported motive for the shooting, but authorities say over 100 shots were fired.

Video footage of the aftermath shows a black SUV in the middle of the street, which is identified as Dolph’s. According to one witness, the vehicle had just pulled out of the lot, when another truck pulled up and starting spraying the SUV with bullets. Luckily, for those in the SUV, the ride was reportedly outfitted with bullet-proof metal.

There were no reports of injury during the shooting, but multiple cars and a nearby apartment complex were hit several times. No one has been arrested for the shooting.

On Friday (Feb. 24), Dolph performed in Charlotte at Cameo night club, along with 21 Savage and the Migos.

Dolph recently dropped the video for his Yo Gotti diss song “Play Wit Yo Bitch.” He even warned the CMG rapper to stay out of his way during a recent interview.

Earlier this month, the Paper Route Empire boss put out his new mixtape Gelato. The project features Wiz Khalifa, Migos and Lil Yachty.


NEWS: 21 Savage Earns $1 Million Performing At Bar Mitzvah

21 Savage Earns $1 Million Performing At Bar Mitzvah









21 Savage meets 13 Savage.

21 Savage probably never anticipated it would be like this. The Atlanta rapper has made $1 Million this weekend, performing at a joint bar and bat mitzvah (called a b'nei mitzvah) at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach. It's been reported their father Michael Steinger is a wealthy attorney.
The rapper censored some of his songs because he was rapping for children after all. The bar mitzvah boy seemed to know all of the lyrics to "No Heart," and can be seen on video wearing 21 Savage's infamous chain.
Watch the video of 21 Savage's performance on TMZ, and let us know your thoughts in the comments. Would you drop that kind of money to get 21 Savage at your private party?

NEWS: The Car Tupac Was Shot In Is Being Auctioned For $1.5 Million

The Car Tupac Was Shot In Is Being Auctioned For $1.5 Million

You can own the car Tupac was murdered in!



The infamous picture of Tupac and Suge Knight in their BMW, just before the late rapper was murdered, will forever live in rap infamy. And now that car can live in your garage.
The bullet-ridden1996 BMW 750iL has been restored, and has made its way to an auction. It's asking price is a whopping $1.5 million. 
Check out a picture of the BMW below, and let us know what you think. Is this price a bit steep for a BMW, or is the potential presence of Tupac's ghost in a car priceless?



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Saturday, February 25, 2017

NEW MUSIC: Remy Ma - Shether (Nicki Minaj Diss)

Remy Ma - Shether (Nicki Minaj Diss) [New Song]




10 Savage Lines From Remy Ma's Nicki Minaj Diss "ShETHER"



Following some lines she perceived as shots on Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj's "Make Love," Remy Ma has shared a response to Nicki in under 48 hours (word to Nick Nolte). It's one 7-minute verse, and Remy isn't afraid to get as dirty and personal as possible, so there's a lot to pick through, but we've chosen out a few of the most shocking disses on the record. Read through them and listen to the new track below. Did she go too far?


"Let's be honest; you stole that line 'bout bitches being your sons
How you take my '09 jail tweet and run?
Talking 'bout "bringing knives to a fight with guns,"
When the only shot you ever took was in your buns!"



"And I saw Meek at All-Star; he told me your ass drop
He couldn't fuck you for three months because your ass dropped
Now I don't think you understand how bad her ass got
The implants that you had put in her ass popped!"



"Left your day 1 'cause you heard he was on some cheat shit
Then got with the dude that told you on some creep shit
But what happened to Omeeka? No, on some G-shit
Left him and took a pic with the dude he had beef with
And we all know it was a beef that you started
Pillow talkin out of your ass, man, this bitch retarded"



"Been through mad fools, you disloyal hoochie
Now all of a sudden you back with Drake and Tunechi?
After you said you sucked his dick, you back with Gucci
Who next, Puff, Deb or 50? You a A-list groupie!"



"Only time up touch a trigga's when you fuck Trey Songz
Coke head, you cheated on your man with Ebro
I might leak the footage of you sniffin' them ski slopes"



"You said you never fucked Wayne, how stupid I look, B?
You named yourself Nicki Lewinski, the mind of a rookie
'Cause you was suckin' his dick, and now he tired of your nookie
You claimed you never fucked Drake, now that's when you took me"



"Stop talking numbers, you signed a 360 deal 
Through Young Money, through Cash Money, through Republic
Which means your money go through 5 niggas before you touch it
Any video, promotions come out of your budget"



"She the one out here misleading the black girls
All these fake asses influenced by that girl?
Dying from botched surgeries, what a sad world
But before the butt job, you was a Sponge Bob
Suckin' cock for records, captain of the cum squad"



"And I got a few words for the moms of the young Barbz
Guess who supports a child molester? Nicki Minaj
You paid for your brother's wedding, that's hella foul
How you spend money to support a pedophile?"



"I got trigger fingers, you got bitter fingers
You must think you Drake, and I'm Twitter fingers
VH1 watch this, you just got bodied by a Love & Hip Hop bitch"

Friday, February 24, 2017

DATING: 54-Year-Old Commodity Broker Explains His "Sugar Daddy" Lifestyle!

54-Year-Old Commodity Broker Explains His "Sugar Daddy" Lifestyle! "Don't Treat Me Like An ATM And I Won't Call You A Hooker"


Rob, a 54-year-old commodity broker from Manhattan, meets women on SeekingArrangement, a dating website that pairs young women with men who are willing to pay for a woman's company -- and hopefully more. We followed Rob on one of his dates at American Cut Midtown, a posh steakhouse in New York City to find out what it's like when a sugar daddy wines and dines a potential sugar baby.

NETFLIX ORIGINAL: New Netflix Original Film Trailer: Burning Sands!

New Netflix Original Film Trailer: Burning Sands!
Burning Sands takes you on a raw, voyeuristic journey of fraternity pledging through the eyes of one favoured pledgee, who is torn between honouring a code of silence or standing up against the intensifying violence of underground hazing. Led by a breakthrough performance by Trevor Jackson, director Gerard McMurray's feature directorial debut brings an emotional honesty to the classic tale of "rites of passage" and the complicated bonds of brotherhood. Via Netflix 

EXCLUSIVE: A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE PROMISES DRAKE COLLAB, TALKS ‘ARTOVEN’ MIXTAPE

EXCLUSIVE: A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE PROMISES DRAKE COLLAB, TALKS ‘ARTOVEN’ MIXTAPE




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Drizzy isn’t the only big name A Boogie has crossed paths with. During Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour,” the New York spitter popped up during DJ Khaled’s opening set at New Jersey’s Met Life Stadium. There, he met Jay Z.
“I thought I was gonna meet [Beyoncé],” he shares. “I didn’t know I was gonna meet Jay Z…I was talking to somebody. I looked to my left, it was Jay Z. I looked back, looked again, it was Jay Z. I’m like, ‘Oh shit!’ He came over, said what’s up, showed me props. It was dope.”
Another one of his superstar supporters is Diddy. In fact, he says Puff Daddy spoke to him about signing with Bad Boy. “He was trying to see what’s up with me, where I’m at, where I’m going,” says Boogie. “He was talking [about a potential deal] but my eyes was everywhere…I considered it.”
Despite that, A Boogie is simply reppin’ Highbridge the Label. “We come from a neighborhood called Highbridge in Bronx, New York, by Yankee Stadium,” he says. “We come from that so we turned it into Highbridge the Label.” 


NEWS: J. COLE SIGNS J.I.D TO DREAMVILLE

J. COLE SIGNS J.I.D TO DREAMVILLE


A Dreamville star is born.

Atlanta rapper J.I.D of Spillage Village fame has signed with J. Cole’s label via Interscope Records. The announcement was made through “The Never Story,” a visual introduction to the rising star.
The two-minute clip begins with J.I.D talking about his old Pontiac, which he jokingly calls his Maybach. Filled with scratches and dents, the beat up ride has clearly become symbolic for the young MC.
“I drove it through college back and forth,” he says in the video. “I lived in it a little bit. It’s been through every phase of my life, from me not having anything at all to me having the little bit that I got now.”
J. Cole pops up and drives the car at the end of the clip. With J.I.D in the passenger seat, a song begins playing that brings the theme home. “Pushing the same piece of shit until I get me a Bentley,” he raps. “I told motherfuckers I was sick as a bitch / The dopest dope you smoke won’t get you a whip / Watch these ni**as flip the script with a flick of the wrist.”
To celebrate the announcement, Dreamville’s 25-year-old signee has dropped a video for “Never,” the lead single off his forthcoming project The Never Story.




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INTERVIEWS: FUTURE OPENS UP ABOUT ‘HNDRXX,’ ‘MY COLLECTION,’ & FATHERHOOD

FUTURE OPENS UP ABOUT ‘HNDRXX,’ ‘MY COLLECTION,’ & FATHERHOOD



Before dropping his second album in two weeks, Future sat down with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 for part two of their Q&A.
“It’s a special time for me and music,” explained the “Draco” rapper. “I’m glad we got a chance to put everything out, the way we did it, the way we set it up. Me to be able to give this second part to Future, which is Future HNDRXX, I believe it’s spectacular. I’m excited for the fans.”



According to Future, this one will be quite different from the self-titled LP, which is set to top next week’s charts.
“I believe HNDRXX is more personal,” he said. “This is the Honest album I was supposed to have been honest about. When it was time to have the Honest album [in 2014], I was like, ‘Okay.’ I was just using it as a title instead of being able to actually be honest in the music. This is it. This is HNDRXX. This is me opening up and letting it all out so I can moved past it and certain things, I won’t have to speak on it again.”


One of the songs Future will be candid on is the Metro Boomin-produced opener, “My Collection,” a “special” cut that apparently may ruffle some feathers.
“It might get attention,” he said. “It might get more attention than I want it to get, it might get attention I thought it wouldn’t get, it might get the wrong attention, it might get great attention. Who knows? I just know it’s a song I feel good about. I feel great about everything that I’m saying. Whenever you deliver on tracks, to not hold nothing back, and this is me not holding anything back…People might react to it different. They might tweet about it different. Or however somebody might think it’s directed to them…I hate that I have to be the person that touch on their life and be personal and direct with certain situations but I’m glad it’s me than anybody else.”
While “My Collection” is said to be personal, Hendrix says he hopes others take from it as well. “It made me express myself,” he said. “I feel like anyone can relate to something on the song. It’s not just for me…I don’t quite frankly think it’s touching on one specific person. I feel like it’s for everyone who can relate.”
According to Future, he was able to make so much music in such a short time span because he’s “obsessed with making music” and “addicted to the studio.” But that comes at a cost. At times, it’s kept him away from his children, Prince, Londyn, and Future Zahir.
“You gotta sacrifice so much, even the times with your kids,” he explained. “You have to just do music and you’re becoming this entertainer and so many people require so much of your time for different things, different obligations you have to make money, or just different obligations you have as a person in whatever the situation may be. You gotta leave town and miss out on certain things, that you feel like you should be there. Like, your dad should be a part of this moment. I gotta be like, ‘Damn, man, your daddy really a superstar and entertainer.’ My kids gotta understand, they gotta make a sacrifice, having a superstar dad. My career choice is my career choice. Just stepping out of that zone, to be able to be a provider. I understand my position as a provider and my role as a dad also…Just being able to be comfortable with it. Everybody wanna be a super dad and the best dad ever but sometimes, I’m just realizing that I’m not perfect.”
HNDRXX, a follow-up to last week’s Future featuring Rihanna and The Weeknd, is due Friday (Feb. 24).

STREAM: Future - Hndrxx [Album Stream]

Future - Hndrxx [Album Stream]





NEWS: Metro Boomin Is Starting A Label

Metro Boomin Is Starting A Label





It was only a matter of time.

Metro Boomin has announced his intention to launch his own music label. He revealed his plans in a a new interview with GQ
“I’m heavily influenced by a lot of people like Dre, Pharrell, and Kanye," he explained. "They’re all big time tastemakers and trendsetters, just for culture, period. So I strive to do that as well. I’m starting my label up, so of course I’m going to keep bringing new things to the table: new artists, new sounds, and new vibes for people to love and live with.”
Metro produced two songs on Future's new album HNDRXX, "My Collection" and "Sorry." What artists do you want him to his label?

SNIPPET: Young Thug - Issa (feat. 21 Savage & Drake) [prod. Wheezy, TM88 & Bricks]

Young Thug - Issa (feat. 21 Savage & Drake) [prod. Wheezy, TM88 & Bricks] 


VIDEOS: Young Thug - Safe

Young Thug - Safe


Thursday, February 23, 2017

APPLE NEWS: Apple Unveils It's New "Spaceship" Headquarters Called "Apple Park"!

Apple Unveils It's New "Spaceship" Headquarters Called "Apple Park"!

Nearly six years after Steve Jobs announced the original plans for Apple's new headquarters, Apple Park is finally a reality. Apple’s sprawling new campus, dubbed “Apple Park,” will open in April, the iPhone maker said on Wednesday. Although the first wave of employees will begin moving into the new Cupertino, California, headquarters this spring, it will take about six months for all of the 12,000-plus workers to make the transition, Apple said. Construction will run through the summer.

Monday, February 20, 2017

FORBES: Bill Gates Warns Of Epidemic That Will Kill Over 30 Million People

Bill Gates Warns Of Epidemic That Will Kill Over 30 Million People


Bill Gates is a smart guy, who knows something about global health. So when he gives a grave warning about a potential catastrophe, it's a good idea to listen. Yesterday, at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, the man who tops the FORBES richest person in the world list and is Co-Chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation said:
Whether it occurs by a quirk of nature or at the hand of a terrorist, epidemiologists say a fast-moving airborne pathogen could kill more than 30 million people in less than a year. And they say there is a reasonable probability the world will experience such an outbreak in the next 10 to 15 years.
Notice that this was at a security conference and not a health meeting. Therefore, he could have focused on some other issue such as nuclear weapons or climate change. But Gates chose to focus on infectious disease threats (whether starting naturally or used as a bio-terrorist weapon) for good reason. Our society is in need of a good wake-up call and slap in the face.
Our society is woefully under-prepared for a bad pandemic. This was obvious in 2009 when I and Shawn Brown, PhD, Director of Public Health Applications at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), were embedded in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to use our computational models to help with the national response to the H1N1 influenza pandemic. People in HHS were working very hard each day to mobilize the national response. However, the external resistance that they encountered was troubling. Many external parties put their own individual or business interests in front of national security and were reluctant to share information. Some of the general public questioned whether the pandemic existed and even raised a number of conspiracy theories. Fortunately, the virus was not as harmful as initially thought and the world was spared real disaster. Was the H1N1 pandemic a wake-up call for society? Not really.
Maybe a slower progressing epidemic that resulted in more deaths and disability would do the trick? After the H1N1 pandemic ran its course, more attention focused on the continuing epidemics of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and other antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with efforts led by John Jernigan, MD, MS and Rachel Slayton, PhD, and other public health agencies have been working to combat the MRSA epidemic with health care facilities and researchers such as our RHEA (Regional Healthcare Analyst) computational modeling team that includes Susan Huang, MD, MPH of the University of California-Irvine, Sarah Bartsch, MPH of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH), Dr. Brown, Kim Wong, PhD of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Simulation and Modeling, and Loren Miller, MD and Jamie McKinnell, MD of UCLA. Has the MRSA epidemic, which is still continuing, prompted all the major changes in infection control and antibiotic development necessary to combat a pandemic? Again, no. While some advances have been made, lack of resources for infection control practice and research remains a challenge, antibiotic overuse has continued, and relatively few antibiotics are under development. As I have stated previously, this continues to be a crisis as our society may eventually run out of antibiotics that work against bacteria.
Surely then an epidemic in which the pathogen is highly and rapidly fatal would spur people to more action. Well, it did result in a new version of the song "Do They Know It's Christmas?"..but, to sound like a broken record, no, it did not deliver the needed kick in the behind. The 2014-2016 Ebola outbreaks in West Africa involved a virus that killed around half the people it infected. Seemingly suddenly, Ebola jumped into the headlines (even though it had been around for years) when the number of deaths in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea surged, raising concerns that the pathogen may spread elsewhere, including the U.S. Suddenly, people were saying, "quick, we need a vaccine" without giving the world much lead time to deliver and prepare accordingly as stated in our Lancet piece. I recall during the Paul G Allen Family Foundation Ebola Innovation Summit seeing many people around the room who had not even heard of Ebola a year prior, saying that we needed to eliminate this disease, naively underestimating the effort required to do so. As I tried to explain to a founder of a major dot.com at the meeting, creating a successful website is not the same as combating an infectious disease. Fortunately for the rest of the world, the Ebola epidemic eventually subsided without any vaccines or new technologies. As Gates mentioned during his Munich speech, "we would be wise to consider the social and economic turmoil that might ensue if something like Ebola made its way into urban centers."
How much did the activity around the Ebola outbreaks change the world? The refrain: not nearly enough. As David Peters, MD, DrPH, Chair of International Health at JHSPH explains in the following video, many major systems problems in West Africa contributing to the Ebola epidemic still remain and could easily lead to future epidemics:


Indeed, many health systems around the world remain broken. For example, our HERMES Logistics computational modeling team, coordinated by Leila Haidari, MPH and working with Raja Rao at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has found that numerous countries have major problems in their vaccine supply chains that could benefit from significant re-design. Even if the proper technology such as vaccines and medications are available during an epidemic, effective and efficient supply chains and health systems would be necessary to get them to where they need to go. Progress has occurred with vaccine supply chains but not as much in other types of supply chains and other aspects of health systems. As before, the Ebola outbreaks resulted in some changes but not nearly enough.



A chilling warning that tens of millions of people could be killed by bio-terrorism was delivered at the Munich security conference by the world’s richest man, Bill Gates
Gates, who has spent much of the last 20 years funding a global health campaign, said: “We ignore the link between health security and international security at our peril.”
Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft who has spent billions in a philanthropic drive to improve health worldwide, said: “The next epidemic could originate on the computer screen of a terrorist intent on using genetic engineering to create a synthetic version of the smallpox virus ... or a super contagious and deadly strain of the flu.”
US and UK intelligence agencies have said that Islamic State has been trying to develop biological weapons at its bases in Syria and Iraq. However, they have played down the threat, saying that the terrorists would need people with the necessary skills, good laboratories and a relatively calm environment free from the confusion and chaos of conflict zones.
Yet other security specialists say the threat from bio-terrorism has become more realistic over the past decade, particularly the past five years, with changes in molecular biology that make development of biological weapons more accessible.
Gates, making his first appearance at the Munich security conference on Saturday, said: “Whether it occurs by a quirk of nature or at the hand of a terrorist, epidemiologists say a fast-moving airborne pathogen could kill more than 30 million people in less than a year. And they say there is a reasonable probability the world will experience such an outbreak in the next 10 to 15 years.”
He added: “It’s hard to get your mind around a catastrophe of that scale, but it happened not that long ago. In 1918, a particularly virulent and deadly strain of flu killed between 50 million and 100 million people.

“You might be wondering how real these doomsday scenarios really are. The fact that a deadly global pandemic has not occurred in recent history shouldn’t be mistaken for evidence that a deadly pandemic will not occur in the future. And even if the next pandemic isn’t on the scale of the 1918 flu, we would be wise to consider the social and economic turmoil that might ensue if something like ebola made its way into urban centres.”
Gates said advances in biotechnology, new vaccines and drugs could help prevent epidemics spreading out of control. “Most of the things we need to do to protect against a naturally occurring pandemic are the same things we must prepare for an intentional biological attack,” he said.
“Getting ready for a global pandemic is every bit as important as nuclear deterrence and avoiding a climate catastrophe. Innovation, cooperation and careful planning can dramatically mitigate the risks presented by each of these threats.”
The international community, Gates told the conference, needed to prepare for epidemics the way the military prepared for war: “This includes germ games and other preparedness exercises so we can better understand how diseases will spread, how people will respond in a panic and how to deal with things like overloaded highways and communications systems.”
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation published an Ipsos Mori poll saying that 71% of Britons aged between 16 and 75 are more concerned about the spread of infectious diseases such as Ebola or Zika than war with other nations. Just over two-thirds said they were concerned about war, while 83% said violent terrorist attacks were their main concern.

FASHION: Someone Is Selling A “Human Flesh” Leather Jacket On Etsy For Almost $2,000

Someone Is Selling A “Human Flesh” Leather Jacket On Etsy For Almost $2,000

There are some people out there who just have to have a seriously macabre outlook on fashion, and at times, it can go a little bit beyond casual gothwear. In this case, a group of fashion outfitters produced a “human flesh” leather jacket. And, the more you learn about the jacket, the more bizarre the story gets. Here’s the scoop on this very, very bizarre work of fashion design.

               

NEWS: More Than $100,000 In Cash Was Found Inside An Old Television That Was Being Processed At A Recycling Plant!

More Than $100,000 In Cash Was Found Inside An Old Television That Was Being Processed At A Recycling Plant!


     

CLIPS: DMX Speaks On Giving Back "You Can't Buy That Feeling"

DMX Speaks On Giving Back "You Can't Buy That Feeling"



EXCLUSIVE: 'No good deed goes unpunished': Heartbroken ex-marine lashes out after his son, 16, is CHARGED

'No good deed goes unpunished': Heartbroken ex-marine lashes out after his son, 16, is CHARGED with felony weapon possession for taking gun away from suicidal friend at school


The father of a Florida teenager facing a felony weapon possession charge for taking a gun off his suicidal friend at school said he was 'heartbroken' by the state's decision to charge his son.
William Caldwell, 16, was arrested at Booker T. Washington High School in Pensacola, Florida, on Tuesday for bringing a firearm to school property.
The charge is a third degree felony which carries a maximum jail term of five years if William is tried as an adult, a decision which is due to be made by a judge on Friday.
William took the gun off his friend on February 3 after he threatened to kill himself on campus. He took it home with him for the weekend then brought it back to school on Tuesday, February 7, with an empty chamber to return to the boy. 
Another girl who knew of the suicide plot told staff William not had the gun and he was arrested after showing police the weapon in his backpack.  
William's ex-marine father Jeff spoke briefly on Thursday to confirm that his son had been released from custody but said he was devastated by the state's decision to move forward with the case.
'No good deed goes unpunished,' he told DailyMail.com, adding that William was a 'good kid' who was trying to make sure no one got hurt when confiscated the gun. 
Jeff Caldwell said he was 'heartbroken' the state had decided to prosecute his 16-year-old son William (left together when he was younger and right more recently) with felony weapons possession after he took a gun from a suicidal friend at school to stop him from hurting himself
'William is a good kid of strong moral values. He is well regarded by his peers and adults that know him. 
'His intent was to get no one in trouble,' Mr Caldwell, who works at the Navy's Puget Sound Shipyard in Washington, said.
His mother, Michele, said he was 'very scared'. The family is waiting to find out whether he will be tried as an adult or minor. 
She said the boy he was trying to protect is safe and that he and his parents are 'very concerned' that William could be punished for stepping in. 
The boy was taken to a hospital for a mental health evaluation after the incident and is not facing any charges. 

Police arrested the teenager after a female student told staff she knew he had the weapon on Tuesday.
She too knew about the suicidal boy's plan to kill himself and said he'd shown her his weapon in their first period class.
School police hauled William out of class and took him to be questioned where he immediately admitted to having the gun, opening up his backpack to show them the weapon.   
In a report obtained by DailyMail.com, officers recalled how he told them that he took the weapon off the suicidal boy during sixth period, near the end of the day. 

William was arrested at the Booker T. Washington High School in Pensacola, Florida, on Tuesday where he told police he had the gun with him and showed it to them 

 
William, 16, is considered a minor in Florida but was charged with a felony. He faces a maximum sentence of five years in jail or a $5,000 fine






Although William is a juvenile, he is facing a felony weapons possession charge (pictured above in his arrest report) punishable by up to five years in jail

William had taken the silver and black handgun (similar to one shown above) off of his suicidal friend the previous week. He planned to return it to him with the chamber empty when he was arrested

'Caldwell began to spontaneously state that (the other boy) told him at the beginning of school on February 3, 2017, that he had a gun with him and planned on killing himself before school started. 
'Caldwell said that when he saw him during sixth period, he took the gun's magazine and then he took the gun away from him.' 
He had taken the gun home with him for the weekend and left it there until Tuesday when he brought it back to campus.
Mr Caldwell (pictured on his wedding day to William's mother Michele with William, front, and their other sons present) said his son was 'a good kid' and had 'strong moral values' Mr Caldwell (pictured on his wedding day to William's mother Michele with William, front, and their other sons present) said his son was 'a good kid' and had 'strong moral values' 
The suicidal boy corroborated the account, telling officers that he had brought it to school and planned to kill himself but didn't want to harm anyone else.
He was take for a mental health evaluation, the outcome of which is not clear.  
Pensacola Police Department would not answer any questions on the case on Thursday, telling DailyMail.com it was staying quiet while the investigation continued.  
The school also refused to comment, deferring questions instead to the school district's deputy superintendent who was not immediately available. 
William's mother mother Michele said his first court appearance 'didn't go well'.  
The family are church-going and have at least one other son, Carson.  The state's attorney did not respond to requests for information about the case on Thursday morning. 
William, who was released from Escambia County Jail and is now at home, is next due to appear in court on Friday. 
He has been suspended from school for 10 days as per Florida's zero tolerance policy against guns on campus. 
If you or anyone you know is seeking confidential support, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). 


William was taken to Escambia County Jail after his arrest on Tuesday but has since been released while he awaits his next appearance in juvenile court