Miss: Kaskade and the Game catch the attention of the LAPD

A <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/music_blog/2011/07/electric-daisy-carnival-premiere-eyewitness-accounts-of-kaskades-appearance.html">DJ set by Kaskade at the premiere of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVCNCX000021" title="Electric Daisy Carnival" href="/topic/entertainment/music/electric-daisy-carnival-EVCNCX000021.topic">Electric Daisy Carnival</a> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="0100000004593864" title="Documentary (genre)" href="/topic/arts-culture/genres/documentary-%28genre%29-0100000004593864.topic">documentary</a></a>, "Electric Daisy Carnival Experience," went south on a July evening in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre when masses of fans spilled into Hollywood after the artist announced a live performance via Twitter. As the police attempted to disperse what turned into a huge gathering, crowds turned on the authorities, throwing objects, jumping on cars and littering the boulevard with trash.<br>
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As for rapper the Game, Los Angeles County sheriff's officials investigated the rapper and a tweet that they said sparked a "telephone flash mob" in early August. Authorities say the rapper sent out a tweet containing a number for the Compton police station, urging people to call it if they wanted an internship with him.
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( Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times )

A DJ set by Kaskade at the premiere of the Electric Daisy Carnival documentary, "Electric Daisy Carnival Experience," went south on a July evening in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre when masses of fans spilled into Hollywood after the artist announced a live performance via Twitter. As the police attempted to disperse what turned into a huge gathering, crowds turned on the authorities, throwing objects, jumping on cars and littering the boulevard with trash.

As for rapper the Game, Los Angeles County sheriff's officials investigated the rapper and a tweet that they said sparked a "telephone flash mob" in early August. Authorities say the rapper sent out a tweet containing a number for the Compton police station, urging people to call it if they wanted an internship with him.

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