Two of the five would-be rappers charged with terroristic threats and unlawful acts for filming a threatening rap video in the front yard of Barnesville police investigator Al Moltrum were denied bond.The video went up on YouTube briefly before it came to the attention of local authorities and the quintet was hunted down. Immanuel Babajide saw his first bond hearing continued June 23 because his attorney, Veronica Brinson of Macon, was running late. During hearings June 30 his bond was denied.Babajide can also be found on current court dockets facing charges of two counts entering an automobile, theft by receiving stolen property, tattooing and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. That case was continued for the term.On June 23 British J. Wyke’s bond hearing was continued until the July 18 term of court, as was that of his brother Bryan A. Wyke. Neither are listed on this week’s calendar but could be added as a supplement.