Skip to comments.Dallas police lieutenant raps as 'Lucille Baller' in song that threatens violence
Posted on 11/28/2012 6:35:20 AM PST by Altariel
A Dallas police lieutenant who goes by the name Lucille Baller when she promotes herself as a recording artist promises to shoot anyone who messes with her in a rap song that was posted on her website.
Dont push Ms. Lucy, because you wont like the consequences, Lt. Regina Smith raps on the recording. Mess with me or I will shoot a [expletive], cuz Lucille Baller, she been to hell and back.
Smith, who oversees burglary and theft detectives at the southwest and northwest patrol investigative units, will probably face an internal affairs investigation over the site promoting her independent record label and music production company, Big Rush In Global Media.
She named the independent record label and music production company after her husband, Senior Cpl. Norm Smith, who was fatally shot while he and other gang unit officers were trying to serve a robbery warrant in January 2009.
Smith removed the rap recording and informed her supervisors about the website on Tuesday after The Dallas Morning News and WFAA-TV asked her for comment.
I have no comment and I will deal with whatever happens, Smith said. It has nothing to do with the police department.
Assistant Chief Randy Blankenbaker, Police Chief David Browns chief of staff, said the department is aware of this website and its content, is currently reviewing the issue and will take action consistent with our findings.
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I went Google Image surfing for this moron.
Can’t really tell. Maybe she’s half Amish.
Definitely full Moron, though.
I just want to hear the rap song “RICKY!!!!!”
The estate of the late Lucille Ball should be suing this guy’s pants off.
Another affirmative action.
That's 'cause bitch cain't sing.
I expect a lawsuit will be forthcoming, if she has not been sued by now.
Lucy got some splainin’ to do!
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