This video showed a lot of ignorant views towards African Americans. One BYU Student even said she wouldn’t date a white guy acting black, but a black guy acting white is, “Classy.” Leave your thoughts
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“Track every text, every call and every move you make…”
New street lights that include “Homeland Security” applications including speaker systems, motion sensors and video surveillance are now being rolled out with the aid of government funding.
Each episode will feature a different store and addict. Shouts to Skyzoo for being our first addict to confess!
The Shady Records Hall displayed everything from the early years of Eminem’s career to their latest signees Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse.
The official video is narrated by Paul Rosenberg, the label’s co-founder.
Lil Wayne and Beyoncé are both listed in the new 2012 “Guinness Book of World Records,” the book’s publisher announced Tuesday.
Weezy made the edition for having the “Most US Hot 100 Hits by a Rap Artist” — 64 between 1999 and 2010 while Beyoncé and her baby announcement at the 2011 MTV VMAs snagged her the record for most Tweets per second at the weekend. 8,868 per second were about Bey and Jay-Z’s bundle of joy.
Joining Wayne and Bey in the record book are Willow Smith who at 10 years old whipped her way on to the list as the “Youngest Transatlantic Top 20 Artist and Rihanna who scored the record for Most US #1 Singles in a Year by a female.
Willow Smith also made the list as the Youngest Top 20 Transatlantic Star, along with artists Lady Gaga, Adele, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift, who also made the record books.
A new breed of rappers have pushed themselves to the top of the game by bragging about their alleged association with the world of organized crime and the drug scene, despite large amounts of evidence that they’re actually poseurs.
“That’s fake,” Ice-T blurts out. “Rick Ross stole a n****’s name. I call him ‘Identity Crisis.’ He thinks he’s [Freeway] Rick Ross, he thinks he’s Larry Hoover, he thinks he’s Big Meech, he thinks he’s MC Hammer, he thinks he’s Tupac. Like, who the f*ck are you really, dude?”
Ice continues, “When we rapped about dope— me, Snoop and everybody—it was like we doin’ it because we GOT to. Now these n***** is actin’ like it’s somethin’ that’s FUN. It’s so easy to fantasize about it. To actively do it? That’s a whole ‘nother f*ckin’ thing. ” When you hear Lil Wayne sayin’ ‘I got a chopper in the car,’ you go, ‘Yeah, right you do.‘”
To Ice-T, the issue with rap music these days has to do with accountability. “You can tell kids these days any motherf*****’ thing and they’ll believe it,” he laments. “There’s not a code of accountability in hip hop. When I came out, if you said it, you HAD to be about it. N***** would check you really quickly.”
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