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Driving, Memes, and Money: IN THE HOSPITAL TMZ EXCLUSIVE TEKASHI69 PISTOL WHIPPED, KIDNAPPED, ROBBED AND HOSPITALIZED Sources close to Tekashi tell us, the rapper was working on a music video in Brooklyn early Sunday morning and at around 4AM he wrapped for the night and drove home. We're told when he got there another car pulled up and blocked his driveway. Our sources say that's when 3 hooded gunmen got out of the other car, grabbed Tekashi and pistol whipped him ... knocking him unconscious. We're told the next thing Tekashi knew, he was in the back seat of the car as the gunmen were driving around, telling him if they didn't get what they wanted from him - jewelry and money - they would kill him. Our sources say a short time later, the gunmen pulled up to Tekashi's home and 2 of them made their way inside as the third guarded 69 inside the vehicle. We're told the gunmen took around $750k in jewelry and between $15k and $20k in cash. While all this was happening, Tekashi's baby mama and daughter were inside the house but not hurt. That wasn't the end of it. We're told the gunmen then drove away with Tekashi still in the back seat. At some point 69 was able to open the back door and jumped out. One of the gunmen began chasing him but got scared and retreated because he was afraid he'd be ID'd. Our sources say Tekashi jumped in the passenger seat of a stranger's vehicle and pleaded for help. The stranger called 911 and then asked 69 to get out of the car at an intersection. An ambulance came and Tekashi was taken to a hospital, where he remains. Doctors are performing various tests, including a CT scan.
Driving, Memes, and Money: IN THE HOSPITAL
 TMZ
 EXCLUSIVE
 TEKASHI69
 PISTOL WHIPPED,
 KIDNAPPED, ROBBED AND
 HOSPITALIZED
Sources close to Tekashi tell us, the rapper was working on a music video in Brooklyn early Sunday morning and at around 4AM he wrapped for the night and drove home. We're told when he got there another car pulled up and blocked his driveway. Our sources say that's when 3 hooded gunmen got out of the other car, grabbed Tekashi and pistol whipped him ... knocking him unconscious. We're told the next thing Tekashi knew, he was in the back seat of the car as the gunmen were driving around, telling him if they didn't get what they wanted from him - jewelry and money - they would kill him. Our sources say a short time later, the gunmen pulled up to Tekashi's home and 2 of them made their way inside as the third guarded 69 inside the vehicle. We're told the gunmen took around $750k in jewelry and between $15k and $20k in cash. While all this was happening, Tekashi's baby mama and daughter were inside the house but not hurt. That wasn't the end of it. We're told the gunmen then drove away with Tekashi still in the back seat. At some point 69 was able to open the back door and jumped out. One of the gunmen began chasing him but got scared and retreated because he was afraid he'd be ID'd. Our sources say Tekashi jumped in the passenger seat of a stranger's vehicle and pleaded for help. The stranger called 911 and then asked 69 to get out of the car at an intersection. An ambulance came and Tekashi was taken to a hospital, where he remains. Doctors are performing various tests, including a CT scan.

Sources close to Tekashi tell us, the rapper was working on a music video in Brooklyn early Sunday morning and at around 4AM he wrapped for ...

Fall, Memes, and New York: U B UBR BUSINESS NY TO RAISE DRIVER PAY July 3 New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for Uber drivers and drivers on other ridesharing apps. New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for drivers on Uber and other ride-hailing apps. This decision makes New York the first major American city to put pay rules in place for the ride-hailing companies. The proposal intends to bring drivers’ pay in line with New York’s $15- hour minimum wage. ___ The Taxi and Limousine Commission released a study addressing the issue at hand: Uber drivers and drivers for other ride sharing companies are underpaid, and 85% of them do not make over minimum wage. The study states : “[the drivers’] low pay has persisted despite the rapid growth of the industry.” ___ The study explains that if a ride-hailing app driver’s earnings fall below $17.22-hour over the course of a week, the companies have to make up the difference. The study suggests companies can afford to absorb this cost by lowering their commissions (about an average of 10-25% of passenger fares). The study reveals the median net hourly earnings in the ride-hailing app industry is about $14.25. ___ The New York pay rules would apply to the four major car service apps: Uber, Lyft, Via and Juno. These four ride-hailing apps provide more than 10,000 trips each day in New York. ___ Alix Anfang, a spokeswoman for Uber, said the proposal could hurt “riders through substantially increased prices and reduced service.” ____ The Taxi and Limousine Commission’s study did not address yellow cab drivers.
Fall, Memes, and New York: U B
 UBR
 BUSINESS
 NY TO RAISE DRIVER PAY
 July 3 New York City regulators are
 moving to raise wages for Uber drivers and
 drivers on other ridesharing apps.
New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for drivers on Uber and other ride-hailing apps. This decision makes New York the first major American city to put pay rules in place for the ride-hailing companies. The proposal intends to bring drivers’ pay in line with New York’s $15- hour minimum wage. ___ The Taxi and Limousine Commission released a study addressing the issue at hand: Uber drivers and drivers for other ride sharing companies are underpaid, and 85% of them do not make over minimum wage. The study states : “[the drivers’] low pay has persisted despite the rapid growth of the industry.” ___ The study explains that if a ride-hailing app driver’s earnings fall below $17.22-hour over the course of a week, the companies have to make up the difference. The study suggests companies can afford to absorb this cost by lowering their commissions (about an average of 10-25% of passenger fares). The study reveals the median net hourly earnings in the ride-hailing app industry is about $14.25. ___ The New York pay rules would apply to the four major car service apps: Uber, Lyft, Via and Juno. These four ride-hailing apps provide more than 10,000 trips each day in New York. ___ Alix Anfang, a spokeswoman for Uber, said the proposal could hurt “riders through substantially increased prices and reduced service.” ____ The Taxi and Limousine Commission’s study did not address yellow cab drivers.

New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for drivers on Uber and other ride-hailing apps. This decision makes New York the first m...