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It's been an interesting day in the news, with multiple rappers getting arrested or being sentenced to jail time. Let's catch up on the stories on this Hump Day. Find out what DMX's latest misfortunes are, see why Drake is the only other artist to appear on Future's new album and take a look at how Marvel Comics is paying tribute to hip-hop. Also, check out an album featuring the lovely Vanessa Veasley.

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    15 Reasons to Follow Summer Bunnies on Instagram

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    Today's Eye Candy feature focuses on some lovely ladies from the Summer Bunnies Instagram account. Based in Houston, TX, Summer Bunnies assembles some of the finest, most curvaceous women around the country.

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    Marvel Comics Pays Tribute to Hip-Hop with Variant Covers

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    Marvel will be releasing a series of variant covers for their titles in October that will feature a mash-up of their most popular characters and classic rap album covers. You can get a preview of the variants through the link above.

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    Young Thug Arrested for Making Terroristic Threats

    Young Thug was arrested today in Sandy Springs, GA by U.S. Marshals for making terrorist threats. According to TMZ, Thug allegedly threatened to kill a mall cop, saying he would shoot the cop in the face as he was being escorted out of a mall.

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    DMX Sentenced to Six Months in Prison

    DMX will be spending six months in jail after failing to comply to a court order. He was arrested for unpaid child support and also had outstanding traffic violations.

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    Drake is the Only Artist Featured on Future's New Album

    Future has revealed the tracklist for his upcoming album, Dirty Sprite 2. The tracklist reveals that the only featured artist is Drake, who appears on a track called "Where Ya At."