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is for you article Black entertainment fans are a very important demographic in the Westgate Entertainment District.

With the majority of its 1,100-plus rooms being African-American, Westgate has been the home of some of the most prominent and beloved acts in recent memory.

The same can be said of the music industry, where Westgate’s iconic Black-run clubs are home to acts like Black Lips, the Weeknd, and Justin Bieber.

However, the popularity of these clubs has come under fire recently.

This year, the music community and the local media have been under fire after Westgate opened its doors to Black entertainment shows and concerts.

As a result, a number of venues in the area have pulled out of the upcoming music festivals, including The Greenhouse in Westgate and the South End on Thursday.

It’s been reported that some of these venues may be forced to close due to the increasing amount of violence that is being seen on Westgate during these events. 

As the weekend wore on, tensions between the community and performers began to mount.

On Saturday, Westgates police said a Black performer was assaulted at the South Side nightclub by a group of people.

On Sunday, the community rallied in West Gifford, where a man was beaten and kicked by a crowd of fans.

The incident sparked a series of riots across Westgate.

Some of the fights were reportedly instigated by an argument over who would be performing at the club.

Police in West gifford have responded to the violence by shutting down Westgate entertainment venues.

On Monday, WestGates police arrested a man after a man tried to steal a video camera from a security camera and then attacked the security guard who tried to intervene.

Police also arrested a group at the Westgiffels Westgate restaurant on Monday. 

It’s been a long time coming, but the recent violence has made it hard for the community to celebrate, says Terence Smith, a musician and performer in Westgarth.

Smith was at The Greenhouses Westgate nightclub on Sunday night when he saw an altercation between a crowd and a performer.

He then decided to leave.

He says the next day, he received death threats.

“When I went to the bar, I saw a lot of people screaming, ‘Get the f*** out,'” he told the local Fox affiliate.

Smith says he didn’t report the fight to the police, and instead he was forced to cancel the show.

“The next night I was on a plane to Miami and my brother texted me to say, ‘Don’t come home.

You’re going to get hurt,'” Smith said.

Smith said he felt so helpless that he didn, too.

“I was so angry and didn’t know what to do.

I was so scared.

I don’t know how many people got hurt,” he said. 

The Westgate Police Department did not respond to requests for comment by The Next Googol News, but Westgate officials told the New York Times that they have taken the situation very seriously and are investigating the incident.

The department has also told the Chicago Tribune that it is investigating the violence. 

On Monday, police arrested three men who were involved in the altercation, including a 17-year-old.

A 17-month-old boy was also arrested in connection with the incident, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Both suspects were taken to the Cook County Jail on a $5,000 bond. 

In response to the ongoing violence, the local NAACP, the West Gaffes United Methodist Church, and the St. Louis NAACP are holding a march through Westgate on Thursday night.

The Westgate Black Music Festival is scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 16. 

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