Rapper Juvenile (real name: Terius Gray) is angering his neighbors because he allegedly leaves his tour bus parked and running on a narrow street in the exclusive Woodville neighborhood where he lives
Rapper Juvenile (real name: Terius Gray) is angering his neighbors because he allegedly leaves his tour bus parked and running on a narrow street in the exclusive Woodville neighborhood where he lives in Mandeville, La.
Fellow Woodville residents are seeking a court order to force him to move the bus from the gated community. They say parking the bus and a fleet of sports cars and four-wheel-drive vehicles breaks strict community rules. Gray was not available for comment.
Last year, Gray was found guilty of several misdemeanors after chasing five strippers down a street with an ice pick after they let a bathtub overflow in his house. He was also arrested in Miami last month for allegedly smashing a champagne bottle over a man's head and grabbing a police officer during a disturbance outside a comedy club.
Juvenile's latest album, last year's D3 set "Playaz of Da Game featuring DJ Jimi," debuted at No. 78 on Billboard's Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums chart. That set followed the late 1999 Cash Money/Universal album "The G Code," which debuted at No. 1 on the Hip-Hop/R&B tally, and at No. 10 on The Billboard 200.
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