Emmanuel Gonzalez is in hot water with 50 Cent again. This time he may have to answer to his bosses for this one.
Deputy Inspector Emanuel Gonzalez, a commander of a precinct in Brooklyn, N.Y., is being investigated for threatening the life of Hip-Hop mogul Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, telling officers to “get the strap” and shoot the self-made entertainer on site.
It is being reported that Gonzalez made the threat during a June 7 roll call in his 72nd Precinct when he learned that the Power producer, director, and co-star was scheduled to attend an NYPD-sanctioned boxing match in the Bronx. Gonzalez told his officers if they see Fif at the match to “shoot him on site,” according to an anonymous source within the precinct.
“The inspector just said that at roll call,”
the source told The Daily News. “I’m like WTF.”
The statement found its way to 1 Police Plaza and now Gonzalez is under investigation by the Internal Affairs Bureau’s Group 1, which handles police corruption cases for captains and above.
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